Our sustainability manager together with our agronomists visited our farmer – Franklin Zambrano (on the right). They had a chat over a dinner with his family.
Franklin is an organic farmer, who practices sustainable methods of growing crops. He has several different sorts of crops on his farm.
Here is what Franklin thinks about the project:
Work within an organic family is beneficial for farmers.
We asked Franklin, what it is like to be a part of Familia Organica and he told told: "Being a part of the Familia Organica is good, because we share information with each other… It is indeed like a family ... We like the way we are treated by engineers and this what differs Natural Habitats from other companies. We get advices from agronomists, who come to visit our farm."
Our familia organica is growing with more farmers, workers, and communities involved in this exciting organic and fair trade project.
Our collaboration with farmers conforms to participatory and inclusive economic model. This model allows to encourage and empower our small farm holders to reactivate the economic cycle in the communities where they are located, providing employment, and generating resources for their families and communities. It also allows us to offer our clients 100 % organic and responsible products grown in a natural and sustainable habitat.
Half of an avocado
250 ml fresh orange juice.
Natural Products Expo is largest and the most important trade show on the east coast and Natural Habitats is delighted to be a part of it;
Natural Habitats is eager to meet, connect and engage with like-minded businesses and customers that share our credo of sustainable and organic production for a more responsible and social world;
Natural Habitats is excited to see the mixture of different cultures at the Natural Products Expo and learn more about their heritage and typical products;
We are really excited to showcase our Natural Habitats products on our booth (number #2222) and to hear your opinion about them using the hashtags #nh #redpalmoilnh.