Our ambition is to delivering a triple positive impact in the places we work, to create and sustain Living Landscapes where prosperous farmers, thriving rural communities, and healthy ecosystems coexist.
AtSource Infinity embodies Olam’s Purpose – Reimagining global agriculture and food systems - and translates it into positive actions for planet and people. It moves the dial from one-size-fits-all, compliance driven programmes to targeted, tailored, place-based, & outcome-focussed interventions.
INFINITY IN ACTION
A circular coffee economy model, launched as a multi-stakeholder project, will improve economic opportunity and environmental conservation in the coffee value chain from producers in Peru, to consumers in the Netherlands. Under the circularity principles, profits from the sale of products made from spent coffee grounds are re-invested into gender inclusive cultivation practices and environmental conservation to trigger longer-term land stewardship and improved livelihoods overall.Read More
An approach to forest management that provides economic incentives to farmers is key to solving sustainability challenges facing the cocoa supply chain.
Launched in 2017, and co-created by Rainforest Alliance and Olam Cocoa, in collaboration with Partnership for Forests (P4F), a programme funded by the UK government, the project is focused on conserving the Sui River Forest Reserve in Ghana by supporting 10,000 farmers to increase their yields and incomes whilst fully respecting all forest boundaries.
INFINITY IN ACTION
More resilient agricultural landscapes and protection for your sourcing opportunities within key regions
Showing you to be a leader in addressing complex supply chain challenges and progressing social and environmental improvements in areas important to you where we operate
Allowing you to co-develop inspirational programmes that bring to life and support the delivery of more sustainable Global Agriculture and Food Systems
Infinity is focussed on creating landscapes where agriculture and other activities are planned and managed to enhance habitats, regenerate soil, water, natural ecosystems, and store carbon, while supporting community development and enhancing livelihoods. Change at scale cannot be delivered by any single business or organisation acting alone, it requires collaboration between companies, customers, governments and other stakeholders.