The program

Chile Conscious Origin is a program led by the Office of Agricultural Research and Policy (ODEPA), part of the Ministry of Agriculture, to promote the implementation of good practices in the Chilean agri-food sector and incorporate sustainability as a differentiating attribute in the food produced in our country. 

Through the program, companies and farmers can use a methodology to incorporate sustainability into their productive reality, with a scheme that allows them to verify their compliance through self-assessments and independent audits in a logic of management, transparency, and continuous improvement to produce healthier, safer and more sustainable foods that contribute to the care and development of their workers and the community.

Chile Conscious Origin promotes sustainability in the Chilean agri-food sector through four pillars: (click the icon below to know more about each one of them)






To become a national and international leader in responsibly produced foods.


Strengthening the global competitiveness of the Chilean agri-food industry by setting standards that will allow companies to demonstrate their compliance with sustainability issues.

Who is behind this program?

The program is governed by a Strategic Advisory Committee made up of public and private sector representatives, including the Office of Agricultural Research and Policy (ODEPA), the Agency for Sustainability and Climate Change (ASCC), the Ministry of the Environment (MMA), ProChile (the Chilean Exports Promotion Bureau), the Imagen de Chile Foundation, the Undersecretariat for International Economic Affairs (SUBREI), Asprocer (the Pork Producers Trade Association), Wines of Chile, the Dairy Consortium, and ChileCarne (the Chilean Meat Exporters’ Association).