With the support of the OLVEA Group, its Philanthropic Fund financed the creation and implementation of marine debris containers, installed on Fécamp’s dike. These containers were inaugurated during the World Clean Up Day.
In order to maintain the highest standards regarding the quality, traceability and consistency of its raw materials, OLVEA has set up sustainable supply chains in Morocco, for Argan oil and in Burkina Faso, for Shea butter (TrueShea™)and Sesame oil.
OLVEA is committed in promoting sustainable development, not only environmentally, but also by adding real social and economic values to the actors of our eco-responsible supply chains.
“We are continually investing for the quality of our oils, the satisfaction of our customers and our commitment to sustainable development. While maintaining our family identity, we aim at developing our people and creating a safe environment for our people and the planet.”
Arnauld Daudruy, OLVEA’s President
“We are committed to further implement sustainable development not only by respecting local resources, but also by adding real social and economic values to local communities. The fact that we transform the raw material locally allows us to leave the added value in the native country of the raw material and thus, to participate in the development of those countries.”
Caroline Mayaud-Daudruy, OLVEA’s Managing Director
The Sesame seeds have been sown in July and August in Burkina Faso, during the rainy season. The crops are now in full production and will be ready for harvest in October. The plants will be bundled and dried for a few weeks, before the seeds are separated.OLVEA will then transform them into Sesame seed oil in its green plant in Burkina Faso.
In 2019, the development funds related to the fair-trade supply chains of TrueShea™ (Shea butter) and Sesame oil and Avocado oil were able to finance many environmental and social projects.
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