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Europe: SEPPIC’s French plant receives RSPO certification

SEPPIC was awarded the Mass Balance supply chain certification for its main production site in Castres (France). This certification of compliance with the Round Table on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) standard enables the company to provide its customers with environmentally responsible ingredients.

The company in glucolipid emulsifiers (made from sugar and fatty substances) uses several plant-derived raw materials for this technology (palm, canola, castor-oil plant, etc.).

It thus obtains a range of emulsifiers that offer a variety of textures and sensory experiences.

With its high production yield per acre, the company says palm oil is one of today’s prized green chemistry raw materials.

A member of the RSPO since 2010, SEPPIC is committed to sustainable palm oil.

With the Mass Balance certification of its main glucolipid production site, the company is doing its part to promote palm oil production that protects the ecosystem.

This certification is part of a comprehensive action plan for sustainable palm oil and, more broadly, SEPPIC’s sustainable development initiative.

All palm oil derivatives used to produce SEPPIC active ingredients are covered by the RSPO Book&Claim certification.

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