In 2007, after 6 years of changes and preparations, the Corojo farm, more commonly known as the C.L.E. and factory became certified by Bayer CropScience, the agricultural branch of the major pharmaceutical firm. The Bayer CropScience Certification was a natural transition for the Eiroa Family who always prided themselves in having extremely clean facilities and caring for not only their output and production, but also the people that work so hard to make that output of cigars. “After we became certified we noticed that the workers were bringing home the same ideals we were enforcing at work. They began practicing better hygiene, having cleaner home environments, and more conscious of the output of waste,” notes Christian Eiroa. When the Eiroa family noticed the trends being taken home with their workers, they began to implement having on site doctors available to take care of their health needs.