Our Codes – such as the Plantations, Concessions and Farms Code – tell our teams what they need to do, while our Standards tell them how to do it. All are developed in line with international standards, including BRC, IFC, RSPO and ISO guidelines.
We’ve a series of Position Statements to provide information on topics we are asked about and to remain transparent in our operations.
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have become widely used in agriculture to improve crop yields and to increase resistance to pests and disease, with approvals granted by governments and regulators around the world.
As a global leader in food and agriculture, we acknowledge our role and responsibility to ensure respect for human rights in our operations and in our value chains across the world.
Conducting business in an ethical, socially responsible and environmentally sustainable manner must be embedded in every aspect of Olam’s business.
Olam believes that Sustainability should sit at the heart of the business. It is one of four key enablers to deliver our Strategic Plan.
We report against our sustainability goals in our Annual Reports, which are housed in the Investor Library.
We use the Global Reporting Initiative as a guidance framework, and endeavour to incorporate stakeholder focus areas.
We recognise the importance of collaboration to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 and make true impact across our sector. If you are keen to collaborate or have an idea to discuss, please contact our team.