¿What is sustainable agriculture and sustainable agriculture practices?
We love Nature. Hence, our supply chain team will always put sustainability first. The harvesting of Quillaja trees is carried out with extreme caution in order to let trees regenerate. We work closely with communities and suppliers to generate a positive impact on the locations where we operate.
The main objective is to create a fully sustainable supply chain and make sure that the environment is protected.
The Quillaja is an endemic tree in Chile. It is wild-harvested in an area of 800,000 hectares of the Chilean Quillaja forest.
Only 35% of the biomass is harvested within a designated area. The same quota can be collected from the same area after a minimum of 5 years. The growth rate exceeds the amount removed from pruning.
Each lot is approved by CONAF, the Chilean National Forest Corporation.
Sap Capsules, Feed Sap and Bio-Quil are processed locally.
We are committed to the environment. This is why 2% of our total sales is designated to finance our reforestation projects. We want to grow new native forests that benefit the ecosystem and local communities.
- To capture CO2 and reduce global warming.
- To build bee-keeping areas for honey production.
- To create consciousness about sustainability.
How we do it?
- 2 % of our total sales goes to our reforestation project.
SANTIAGO DE CHILE
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REGIÓN DEL BÍO-BÍO
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