We work with producers and smallholders, as well as the mills and aggregators that buy from them. We help to build a practical understanding of environmental and social performance, alongside any gaps or issues in current practices. For producers, we focus on their own farms or plantations. While for mills and first aggregators, we help them to understand the range of different producers supplying them. 

Our responsible production work includes:

  • Undertaking baseline or gap assessments against voluntary standards or the requirements of customers or investors
  • Undertaking HCV and HCS assessments for both existing production areas and for planned new production
  • Supporting community engagement and FPIC
  • Helping producers to understand issues and opportunities related to workers’ rights and gender
  • Supporting land use planning

Building on this understanding we then help to develop action plans or roadmaps that set out the activities and resources needed to close gaps and address issues, as well as management and monitoring plans for ongoing management. This often includes providing training and ongoing support for staff, as well as helping them to identify the right partners to work with. 

Based on our ACRES approach, we encourage producers and other actors in the production base to work beyond their own production, and help them to engage with landscape or sector-wide initiatives to address systemic issues or provide sector-wide support. 

  • ISF
    ISF
  • Nisshin Oillio
    Nisshin Oillio
  • IDH, The Sustainable Trade Initiative
    IDH, The Sustainable Trade Initiative
  • Landscale
    Landscale
  • The Accountability Framework Initiative (Afi)
    The Accountability Framework Initiative (Afi)
  • Ghana Rubber Estates Limited (GREL)
    Ghana Rubber Estates Limited (GREL)
  • Sudcam and Hevecam (Corrie MacColl)
    Sudcam and Hevecam (Corrie MacColl)
  • Okomu Oil Palm Plantation (SOCFIN)
    Okomu Oil Palm Plantation (SOCFIN)
  • Biase Plantations (Wilmar)
    Biase Plantations (Wilmar)
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