AtSource: Closing the Nutrient Loop
Old coffee trees have been given a second life through repurposing them as compost to grow new ones.
We started with our cashew trading business in 2002 and continue to evolve. Our focus has changed in line with our customer needs.
We have expanded into coffee, cotton, cocoa, grains, spices, and risk management solutions and operate from 32 locations across 11 states. Headquartered in São Paulo, we are supported by 1,535 dedicated employees across the country.
All of our procurement in Brazil comes under the Olam Supplier Code, which provides a comprehensive set of conditions to support our goal to purchase raw materials and products that are produced in a manner that is socially responsible, economically profitable and environmentally sustainable. We are also working with smallholder farmers to improve yields and incomes.
Our employees are actively initiating and participating in community programmes focused on promoting child welfare, education and health. And we have joined various industry bodies to further the cause for sustainable economic development, such as CECAFE (Coffee) and AIPC Cocoa Processors Association (AIPC).
Brazilian PD&I is located in the city of Ilhéus, inside of Joanes cocoa plant and close to the leading cocoa producing region in Brazil.
We are focused on bringing solutions for all our customers and help them on a sustainable growth. Our mission is to innovate and deliver not only new ingredients but also understand our customer needs, guiding them. We build trust and transparency between customer and our technicians to achieve the best results.