HitFlores has its origins in 1965. The company was founded by Xhezair Bajrami.

In order to diversify the business, storage capacity has been increased and contracts have been signed with collectors who collect wild products from the beautiful landscape of the Sharri Mountains and deliver these various varieties of wild fruits, mushrooms and herbs to our central collection point in Dragash.

This collection point is also the heart of the company, which is constantly being expanded and kept up to date. 500 tons of cooling capacity in several cold rooms and another room with a capacity of 500 tons for dry goods were extensively modernized just a few years ago.

The company owns 150 hectares of its own cultivated land, on which cultivated raspberries and strawberries are grown.
The family business, in which the third generation is now represented, ensures smooth processes in all areas of the company.

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Nuredin Bajrami

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+383 44 148 155


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Gold Standard was established in 2003 by WWF and other international NGOs to ensure projects that reduced carbon emissions featured the highest levels of environmental integrity and also contributed to sustainable development. The standard enables the certification of projects which maximise impact, create value for people around the world and the planet we share. Each project certified by Gold Standard meets a minimum of 3 SDGs.

Gold Standard-certified projects have created over $31 Billion in shared value for climate action + sustainable development.
Gold Standard for the Global Goals customises safeguards, requirements, and methodologies to measure and verify impact on a wide range of activities -- from climate protection projects seeking to issue carbon credits to corporate supply chain interventions to national or subnational programmes looking for the most credible claims for their impact reporting.

Gold Standard for the Global Goals is a standard that sets requirements to design projects for maximum positive impact in climate and development -- and to measure and report outcomes in the most credible and efficient way.
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With today’s sustainability challenges and the contribution of the fashion and textile industry to those challenges, we must collectively rethink production and consumption of textiles. Organic fibres play multifaceted roles in creating an industry that actively lowers its environmental impact and prioritizes human health over short term profit.
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A textile product carrying the GOTS label must contain a minimum of 70% certified organic fibres, a product with the label grade grade 'organic' must contain a minimum of 95% certified organic fibres.

Organic fibres are natural fibres grown without the use of synthetic pesticides (such as insecticides), or herbicides and GMOs (Genetic Modified Organisms) according to the principles of organic agriculture. Organic agriculture is a production process that sustains the health of ecosystems, soils and people.
About VERRA - Verified Carbon Standard

The VCS Program is the world’s most widely used voluntary GHG program. Over 1,840 certified VCS projects have collectively reduced or removed more than 984 million tonnes of carbon and other GHG emissions from the atmosphere.

Individuals and corporations around the world are recognizing the importance of reducing their GHG emissions. As a result, many of them are reducing their carbon footprints through energy efficiency and other measures. Quite often, however, it is not possible for these entities to meet their targets or eliminate their carbon footprint, at least in the near term, with internal reductions alone, and they need a flexible mechanism to achieve these aspirational goals. Enter the carbon markets.

By using the carbon markets, entities can neutralize, or offset, their emissions by retiring carbon credits generated by projects that are reducing GHG emissions elsewhere. Of course, it is critical to ensure, or verify, that the emission reductions generated by these projects are actually occurring. This is the work of the VCS Program – to ensure the credibility of emission reduction projects.

Once projects have been certified against the VCS Program’s rigorous set of rules and requirements, project developers can be issued tradable GHG credits that we call Verified Carbon Units (VCUs).  Those VCUs can then be sold on the open market and retired by individuals and companies as a means to offset their own emissions. Over time, this flexibility channels financing to clean, innovative businesses and technologies.

Verra’s role is to develop and administer the program. We provide oversight to all operational components of the VCS Program and we are responsible for updating the VCS rules such that they ensure the quality of VCUs. The development of the VCS Program is supported by the VCS Program Advisory Group, a multi-stakeholder body that helps ensure that the VCS Program continues to serve its users in an effective and efficient manner and drives practical and robust solutions to mitigate climate change.


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The ORGANIKA association was established in 2013 by the leading companies in the sector of Non-Wood Forest Products (NWFPs) and Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MAPs).
The purpose of the association is to improve cooperation among stakeholders in this sector and further develop the sector by promoting Kosovo products in foreign export markets, and also through lobbying activities. Moreover, the ORGANIKA association aims to support all its members in becoming certified with organic standards within the next 5-7 years, and achieve that certified organic products become the majority of exports.
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