Farmers have been working with the Extended Producer Responsibility movement to improve their practices for many years. The movement encourages producers to take responsibility for their own products and puts the burden on them to improve the safety, quality, and environmental impact of their production. With the help of these farmers, it is hoped that we can see a more sustainable agricultural system in the future.
With the Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) movement, farmers are working with organizations to certify their products as compliant with EPR principles. This certification allows consumers to know they are buying products from farms that have met certain standards. The EPR Certificate movement began in Europe and has since spread to other parts of the world. There are a number of reasons for this growth, but one reason is that it allows farmers to take responsibility for their product and get feedback on how they can improve it.