We have long-term partnerships with many traders, manufacturers and retailers across Europe and North America.
We work closely with them to develop commitments, understand their supply chains, engage with their suppliers and implement actions on sustainability within and beyond their supply chains.
Through both consultancy projects and donor-funded programmes, we support international collaborative efforts on sustainability in agricultural commodity production and sourcing.
We convene global initiatives like the Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) Forest Positive Coalition of Action, which brings downstream supply chain companies together to take action on responsible production and sourcing across palm oil, soy, pulp, paper and packaging.
We bring on-the-ground experience together with our in-depth knowledge of voluntary standards systems to help organisations like RSPO, ISEAL, IUCN and Rainforest Alliance improve their systems.
Developing knowledge and capacity
We use our practical experiences from around the world to guide training courses, workshops and online resources.
Our regional and international teams play an active role in creating innovative tools and processes which can be shared across the wider Proforest group.
See our work
Infographic highlighting our work with coconut and associated challenges of the crop.
The Sustainable Coconut Supplier Scorecard
Proforest is working with Barry Callebaut and Nestlé to develop a Sustainable Coconut Supplier Scorecard and Sustainable Origins Assessment Template
Consumer Goods Forum: Forest Positive Coalition
Proforest has been supporting the CGF since October 2019, with a global team across both environmental and social issues.
The Palm Oil Collaboration Group
The Palm Oil Collaboration Group (POCG) brings together companies from every stage of the palm oil supply chain to accelerate effective implementation of No Deforestation, No Peat Expansion, No Exploitation (NDPE) commitments....
Mewah responsible sourcing support
Proforest SEA has been supporting two refineries of Mewah in Peninsular Malaysia for various types of responsible sourcing and sustainability works, ranging from policy review, suppliers engagement and capacity building...
Deforestation risk assessment across the global agricultural supply chain
Tyson Foods partnered with Proforest to conduct a deforestation risk assessment. The assessment concluded that nearly 94 percent of the company’s land footprint is at no to low risk of being associated with deforestation.