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Natural Habitats Group is 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. In order to secure a sustainable and reliable supply chain “From Farmer to Fork”, Natural Habitats uses only organic production practices.

 

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  • An Important Role of Intercropping in Modern Agriculture

    Population of our planet is constantly growing. The threat of insufficient food supply in the near future encourages intensification of the search for more productive agricultural technics. At Natural Habitats, we believe that well-planned intercropping is one of the most effective and sustainable ways to increase agricultural productivity.

    Intercropping, as well as other forms of multiple cropping, is an ancient method of intensive agriculture that involves cultivation of two or more crops simultaneously on the same field

    environment, farmers

  • Mainstream Sustainable Palm Oil Production in Ecuador

    Deforestation caused by many palm-oil producers, harming wildlife habitats, has been a widespread concern around the world. However, more and more palm oil is now being sourced sustainably with a help of the certification initiative promoted by a non-profit association Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) that aims to transform markets to make sustainable palm oil the norm. Natural Habitats as 100% organic and sustainable producer was certified with RSPO standard in 2013.

    In May 2013, Natural Habitats in Ecuador (Exportsustent) together with Solidaridad and National Association of Oil Palm Growers (ANCUPA) developed a pioneering project Mainstream Sustainable Palm Oil Production in Ecuador

    social reponsibility, environment, farmers, partnership

  • An Ongoing Education of Farmers

    Natural Habitats believes in doing business in harmony with the environment. This is the reason for us to continuously encourage smallholder farmers in Ecuador and Sierra Leone into getting involved in organic and sustainable production of palm oil.

    On a regular basis, we educate and train our smallholder farmers in nature preservation and organic farming practices for not only their own good but for the betterment of the society

    social reponsibility, farmers, partnership