Through AtSource we can seamlessly connect you directly to the source of your supply, across the entire product journey from field to processing, country of origin to destination market. This insight helps you to shape real change on the ground and meet your many social and environmental targets.Read Impact
A comprehensive sustainable sourcing platform
AtSource builds across 3 tiers with increasingly granular data and insights, to inform and steer every customer’s sustainability journey, from new entrants to mature leaders.
Information & assurance
Reassurance that suppliers are engaged on responsible sourcing principles and practices under the Olam Supplier Code, with country-level footprinting and risk profiles.
Over 150 customisable metrics with farmer group level and Olam estate data to inform,monitor and drive economic, social and environmental interventions.
Bespoke, co-created programmes designed to deliver transformational ‘net positive’ impact at scale.
Discover some of the inspiring stories about activities and actions happening at Olam, which are having a positive effect on communities and the environment across the globe.
The global outbreak of COVID-19 and its ongoing impact on consumers, farmers and food supply chains is unprecedented and is creating uncertainty for people all around the world.Read more
During the harvest season of 2017, children under the age of 16 were discovered picking coffee on many farms in Jaén Province of Peru.Read more
The rich mix of volcanic soil of the Isale region in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and plentiful moisture fed through from the Great Lakes, provides fertile ground for happy, healthy coffee trees.Read more
On the tropical mountainside of Monte Sinai in Mexico, farmers are planting new coffee saplings and forest trees.Read more
Like his parents before him, Diofanor has always worked as a coffee farmer. Everything he knew about coffee – from sowing to post-harvest - he learned from the traditional methods of farming passed down to him.Read more
The waste water generated from the wet-milling process – when the bean is separated from the coffee fruit - is rich in organic matter, but is often discharged into local water sources, many of which are used for drinking water.Read more