- SUSTAINABILITY -
Planted forests are a considerable part of wood supply to the industry. Although they cover less than 7% of the total forest area of the planet, they supply about 50% of this raw material to the industry.
Projections indicate that if the population growth rate remains steady, the world's population should reach 9.1 billion people by 2050. Such growth, coupled with changes in purchasing power, will boost demand for commodities. The use of total biomass energy can double or even triple by 2050, depending on policies and mechanisms to encourage a low-carbon economy and the use of renewable energy.
Sustainability guides all actions and intentions of Flavors of Americas. We see it as the ability to allow growth cycles to regenerate, which means building foundations for expanding our business while incorporating competitive operations, social and environmental responsibility and quality relationships.
FOA's Environmental Policy and Environmental Management System are aligned with the most advanced international standards. We have certifications that attest our environmental management systems:
- Certified suppliers' sustainable practices throughout the manufacturing and research processes;
- Concern about the use of certified reforested woods to ensure preservation of local natural ecosystems and fight illegal logging.
- DETAILS THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE -
High quality suppliers that meet the highest standards of excellence. Sustainable processes to ensure 100% organic and eco-friendly products.
FOA's Environmental Policy and Environmental Management System are aligned with the most advanced international standards. We have certifications that attest our environmental management systems.
Rigorous research is continuously conducted in the company. All products are developed, revised and perfected to achieve the best quality that customers expect on their hands.
Our watchword: innovation. FOA is currently the market leader in Latin America, pursuing leadership in Europe and North America, thanks to the quality of our products and our innovative mindset.
Sustainability is also social care with the region where the raw material is planted and harvested. One of our practices is to conduct a rigid selection of local suppliers, encouraging new economic activities.
Commitment to the environment
Planted forests are of great importance to humankind. They generate many possibilities for the industry, especially the rolling paper industry, which plays an important economic, social and environmental role in the region and country where they operate.
Planted forests have a defined cycle of planting, management, production and harvesting. This cycle preserves local environments.
The choice of raw material suppliers that follow high quality and sustainability standards is fundamental, since it helps ensure the consumer a 100% organic, sustainable and eco-friendly product.