Sustainability at LIPSA
LIPSA works to guarantee a supply chain for its raw materials that is safe and sustainable in social, environmental and economic terms.
The purchase of sustainable raw materials adhering to a No Deforestation, No Peat, No Exploitation (NDPE) Policy contributes to the protection of the environment towards the goal of zero deforestation.
Engaging with our suppliers is key to ensuring that they are working according to our NDPE policy as well as ensuring that they have an action plan in place to guarantee sustainable supply.
LIPSA develops its Responsible Sourcing Policies through periodically defined action plans that establish specific actions designed to achieve its objectives of protecting the environment and improving social conditions throughout the supply chain.
Palm Oil Sustainability PolicyDownload
Sustainability Action Plan for the period April 2023 to March 2024 to implement our Sustainable sourcing commitments on key commodities of our supply chain.Download
Sustainabilility progress report 2022Download
Palm Oil Dashboard
Palm Oil Dashboard 2022Download
Environmental and energy policyDownload
Responsible sourcing policyDownload
Coconut Oil Sustainability PolicyDownload
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To promote change and work towards a sustainable supply chain, collaboration between supply chain stakeholders in the implementation of projects and tools that contribute to the improvement of environmental and social conditions in the countries of origin is essential.
For palm oil, as Guatemala is one of our major sourcing countries, since 2019 we are actively supporting structural change for social excellence within the Guatemalan palm oil industry, with our partner Earthworm Foundation and GREPALMA (the Palm Grower Association of Guatemala).
In 2022 we support: