Palm oil is extracted from the flesh (mesocarp) of the palm fruit. The oil palm tree species is called Elaeis Guineensis. The unique characteristic of the oil palm tree is that it yields two different types of oil: palm oil and palm kernel oil. Both oils can be used in crude and refined from. The oils can also be fractioned into oleins making these oils attractive for a wide variety of applications.
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, cacao, coffee and other agro-products using only organic and sustainable production practices, which allows us to ensure a sustainable and reliable supply chain From Farmer to Fork
We work in a participative and inclusive production model with small farm holders, and communities, in this way we ensure the economic and social impact is distributed in a more equitable way to all the regions where we work.
The operating companies, partners and people of Natural Habitats Group have a longstanding track record in producing organic agro-products in South America, transporting these products to Europe and USA, and supplying large customers. Natural Habitats has production units and offices in Ecuador, and Liberia. To monitor the export chain and to provide a closer service contact we also have office in The Netherlands.