Natural-Habitats
organic products grown in a sustainable habitat

Home

Natural Habitats is a group fully committed to the sustainable production of organic and fairly traded products.

Through a vertically integrated supply chain we produce, collect, process and trade organic, fair-trade and sustainable palm oil. We only use organic and sustainable production practices, which allows us to ensure a sustainable and reliable supply chain From Farmer to Fork.

 

Blog & News

  • Fair Trade Explained

    Today, we are surrounded by numerous certifications on the products we buy at supermarkets. It is getting more and more confusing to figure out what exactly most of them stand for. Some labels are self-explanatory and some are not. Fair for Life Social and FairTrade certification belongs to the second category. Therefore, most of the consumers do not even realize that while they purchase Fair for Life or FairTrade certified products they contribute to the empowerment of poor around the world

    social reponsibility, environment, farmers

  • Why Healthy Palm Oil is not an Oxymoron

    When people hear about palm oil the first thing that usually comes to their mind is heart disease. The logic is pretty simple: fifty per cent of the oil consists of saturated fat that supposed to be bad for the heart, therefore, palm oil causes heart disease. However, numerous studies continue to confirm that palm oil does not promote heart problems and, if anything, it protects against them

    health, cooking

  • Sustaining Food Security

    Pressure on the world’s food supply is constantly increasing due to population growth, changing diets and government policies promoting biofuels. Current estimates suggest that by 2050 the food demand will be twice what it was in 2005. Biotech companies have strongly promoted the idea that genetically engineered (GE) crops are the key to “feeding the world”. According to Environmental Working Group , recent studies show that this promise has fallen flat

    social reponsibility, environment, farmers