ORGANIC


We are one of the first companies to offer organic and all natural Indonesian spices for international export. As pioneers in the Southeast Asian organic spice industry, it’s been exciting to see the explosion of consumer demand for truly organic products. It’s TRIPPERs philosophy to produce superior spices while respecting the health and wellbeing of all beings. We advocate environmental preservation and safe agronomic practices for the benefit of the Earth’s future generations.

Our farmers share our convictions. It is incredible to witness our long time suppliers give testimony about the value of natural and organic farming to new growers and potential buyers. They see firsthand that the results of organic farming produce healthier and tastier yields. Instead of using the harmful chemical and pesticides found in conventional agricultural methods, our farmers use natural materials that are easily available to them.

Over the past three decades, we are fortunate to have received generations of knowledge from local farmers. Traditional wisdom and science unite to make a better quality product and to help make the world a better place. We use high tech equipment and a progressive research and development team to produce our natural, sustainable, and organic products.



KEY IMPACT THEMES:


Water Conservation

Organic agriculture keeps pollutants out of water sources. Thriving water systems are crucial in maintaining not just freshwater and marine animals, but all forms of life

Health

Your health is important to us! We do not use GMOs, irradiation, toxic pesticides, fertilizers, herbicides, chemical preservatives or synthetic additives

Soil Regeneration

Quality soil is the first building block in creating a healthy food chain. Healthy soil eliminates the need to use harmful chemicals and pesticides. Unpolluted soil that is rich in vitamins and minerals allows for better water retention and protects water sources.

Climate Change

As weather patterns become more volatile, it is important to understand the relationship between organic agriculture and climate change. The themes addressed in this section all work towards mitigating worldwide environmental crises stemming from global warming.

Preservation of Biodiversity

We advocate the use of intercropping in order to protect native animals and vegetation. We strive to replant what is consumed in order to sustain and contribute to the preservation of biodiversity. This is especially important for long term crops such as cinnamon that can take up to 20 years to mature.

Energy Management

Our short supply chain and focus on direct trade results in lower carbon emissions. The less intermediaries and traffic we create, the less co2 we produce. We package containers at maximum capacity to eliminate waste and reduce freight costs



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