A REVOLUTIONARY SUSTAINABILITY INSIGHTS PLATFORM
AtSource is Olam’s revolutionary sustainability insights platform for agricultural supply chains. AtSource provides customers with a single view across their supply chain sustainability parameters, as well as with insights into how to influence these elements for the better. Corresponding farmer and impact stories are also available on the customer portal.
The end-to-end metrics, action plans and corresponding narratives can be used by customers to meet sustainability requirements, build brand trust and confidence, report on sustainability initiatives and transform supply chains.
AtSource not only helps you hardwire your sustainability ambitions into your sourcing practices, it can also help you transform your agricultural supply chains and build their resilience.
With AtSource you will be able to continually monitor and meet your ongoing sustainability ambitions.
AtSource end-to-end insights and data uncovers opportunities to transform your supply chains and drive positive impact, together with Olam.
AtSource enables you to build trust, reputational value and to report confidently on (progress in) your sustainability programmes.
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AtSource’s proprietary footprint calculator measures the carbon and water impact of your product. This includes the impact at the Agriculture, Processing and Transport stages of the supply chain. We offer two levels of footprints. Entry which uses country level data, and Plus which uses primary data.DEMO OUR FOOTPRINT CALCULATOR
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.
Rice is a staple food for much of the world’s population and production will need to nearly double by 2050 to meet demand. But it is also one of the most polluting crops, responsible for 10% of all global man-made methane emissions - a greenhouse gas 84x more potent than carbon dioxide - from the vegetation that naturally rots in flooded paddy fields.Read more
Olam Coffee has launched ‘Coffee Kindergartens’ in four coffee communities in Guatemala providing safe spaces for children to play, learn and not work during the peak harvest period.Read more
In the rich volcanic soils that line the shores of Lake Kivu in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, grow some of the world’s most exclusive arabica beans.Read more
In a move by the Global Coffee Platform (GCP) to advance transparency and sustainability in the coffee value chain.Read more
We should all be eating more nuts, according to the EAT‑Lancet commission, an expert group on healthy, sustainable diets.Read more
On a tropical mountainside of the Frailesca region in Mexico, farmers are planting new coffee saplings and forest trees.Read more