Edible Oils

Sourcing and producing edible oils to meet our customers’ needs

Our edible oils portfolio includes palm, soybean and sunflower oils.

Our sourcing, refining, blending, bottling, distribution and supply chain capabilities serve the retail, food manufacturing, food service and personal care sectors. Combined with our advanced risk management expertise and tools we are able to help manage supply and risk for customers across Africa, the Middle East, Europe and Asia.

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Additionally, our speciality fats technical expertise produces tailored applications for customers in confectionery and food manufacturing.  More information is available here.

We are committed to sustainable palm oil production and sourcing. Our Sustainable Palm Oil Policy and our Living Landscapes Policy set out our commitment to protecting forests and areas of high conservation value both in our own plantations and through our third-party supply chain.

We are fully supportive of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) and we are working towards a traceable and transparent palm oil supply chain.

“Edible oils are critical for a balanced, nutritious and healthy human diet. Palm products form the biggest share of this sector, accounting for 65% of demand in Africa. Our deep Africa experience, our market insights and our commitment to sustainable palm oil means we are able to efficiently manage supply chains to deliver high quality products to meet the needs of our customers and their consumers.”

Ranveer Chauhan
Managing Director and CEO, Olam Edible Oils

Want to know more

Growing palm oil’s capacity for good

Read the blog post from our Managing Director & CEO Palm & Rubber as he shares his view on the palm oil debate. 

National Geographic: December edition

December’s edition of National Geographic covers the challenges around the global palm industry and the article includes our oil palm operations in Gabon as a positive example of environmentally and socially responsible palm production.

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