organic products grown in a sustainable habitat


Natural Habitats is a group fully committed to the sustainable production of organic and fairly traded products.

Through a vertically integrated supply chain we produce, collect, process and trade organic, fair-trade and sustainable palm oil. We only use organic and sustainable production practices, which allows us to ensure a sustainable and reliable supply chain From Farmer to Fork.


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  • Integrated Pest Management - Our Sustainable Practice

    Natural Habitats group produces 100% organic palm oil in a sustainable habitat. Through a vertically integrated supply chain we produce, collect, process and trade only organic and sustainable palm oil, which allows us to use only organic and sustainable production practices in order to ensure a reliable supply chain from ‘Farmer to Fork’.

    Farmers have been growing food with conventional agricultural techniques, fertilizers and pesticides for many years

    environment, farmers, partnership

  • Carbon Sequestration Is Integrated Into Our Business Model

    Natural Habitats business model in Ecuador and Sierra Leone aims at complete social inclusion and biodiversity enhancement by preserving forest. The group works with small farm holders and only uses organic agriculture practices that prohibit the clearing of primary eco-systems and mitigates some of the effects of climate change.

    In most part of the world palm oil production is dominated with water and ground pollution and loss of biodiversity due to green house emission from deforestation

    social reponsibility, environment, health, farmers, partnership

  • Our Support Initiative to Fight Ebola

    Natural Habitats Group is fully committed to social development as its core value. The group has started a support initiative for the people of Sierra Leone to help them fight the deadly virus of Ebola.

    The virus is highly infectious in nature; health workers and the family members of the infected people are at most risk

    social reponsibility, health, farmers, partnership