As a progressive and collaborative organisation of 89 members, it’s a motivating factor for our Working Groups, projects and other on the ground activities, that more and more organisations right across the supply chain want to be involved in an aligned vision of the practices and principles of sustainable agriculture.
Therefore, SAI Platform is delighted to be welcoming seven new members to our community.
Appol is a leading manufacturer of fruit juices in Poland and has been operating for almost 30-years. Over recent years, Appol has built up the company’s strength with a systematic approach and focus on organic crops. The result is a 15-times increase in the previous production capacity and the capability to process 1,500 tons of fresh fruits a day.
Assured Food Standards is a British organisation that promotes and regulates food quality. It licenses the Red Tractor quality mark, a product certification programme that comprises a number of farm assurance schemes for food products, animal feed, and fertilizer.
BIOSS Rohstoffe GmbH provide biological and botanical raw materials like herbs, fruits, and vegetables for the food additive and pharmaceutical industry.
Bunge supply agricultural commodities, such as grains and oilseeds, found in many of the meals we eat. They also transport crops, connecting farmers to customers, ensuring food security and improving environmental efficiency.
Riso Gallo is based in Northern Po Valley (Italy) and is the number one brand in the Italian Rice market, exporting to 80 countries globally. Established in 1856, it is one of the oldest European rice mills and understands that improved sustainability practices are key to the business of rice production.
Wernsing Feinkost GmbH offer an extensive range of fresh and frozen convenience products from different food sectors and is one of Germany’s leading manufacturers and most important partners in the gastronomic food market.
Western Sugar Cooperative is made up of 1,000 growers and shareholders with a long family history in beet sugar. Some are 4th, or even 5th, generation growers who were born and raised around sugar beets.
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