Palm Done Right
For the past 10 years, we’ve worked hand in hand with the RSPO to create the reality where palm oil can be sourced completely organically, while benefiting farmers and the environment instead of destroying it.
Our network of small, independent farms work to uphold organic practices and ensure that their palm oil is sourced sustainably. By doing so, we protect wildlife habitats, build communities, and protect the environment by employing only organic farming practices that promote biodiversity and economic stability. We also work to incentivize the palm oil industry to invest in changing their harmful practices and transition to sustainable practices.
Since oil palms produce fruits for up to 40 years, when palm oil is sourced sustainably, it allows small farmers to have a consistent income. Additionally, when the soil is nurtured and organic methods are employed, the environment benefits from this biodiversity.
By planting oil palms in environments surrounded by complementary crops and leaving areas of land uncultivated, previously damaged land can be built up and enabled to produce good products once more. Additionally, instead of practicing ‘clear cutting’ primal forest methods, which are customary for the conventional palm industry and displace and harm native species, we create environments that promote the growth of oil palms while creating new ecosystems for animals.
By growing sustainably and ethically, palm oil not only benefits the environment and creates natural habitats for native species, but benefits small farmers and communities. When palm oil is sourced sustainably, everybody involved wins.