Agropalma is a Brazilian oil palm producer and the largest producer of certified sustainable palm oil in Latin America. The company began its activities in 1982 and now controls its entire production chain, from oil palm seedlings to producing refined conventional and organic palm and palm kernel oil, as well as fats (palm fractions) and shortenings. Agropalma has faced controversy, with allegations of land grabbing, labour and human rights abuses, among other issues. It is just one business segment of the Alfa Group – a business conglomerate that also operates across finance, hotels, retail, and construction. The Alfa Group is owned by the five daughters of Aloysio Andrade de Faria, a banker who died in 2020.
RSPO Member : Yes
Supply chain position
UpstreamGrower. Processor of crude palm oil and palm kernel oil. Refiner. Trader.
Refineries / capacity
2refineries in Brazil: one in Belem, Para state, and another in Limeira, Sao Paulo state
YesNo deforestation, No peat, No exploitation
International, Latin American, European, North American
Agropalma Group - Agropar Mill Kernel, Agropar Mill, Crai Mill, Crai Mill Kernel, Amapalma Mill, Amapalma Mill Kernel, Agropalma Mill, Agropalma Mill Kernel, Parapalma Mill, Parapalma Mill Kernel, CPA Mill, CPA Mill Kernel, Companhia Refinadora da Amazônia, Indústrias Xhara Ltda
Conventional and organic palm oil and palm kernel oil; vegetable oils for frying, specialty fats (palm fractions) for baking, confectionary and chocolate manufacturing, vegan and plant-based dairy alternatives, oleochemicals and specialty chemicals for cosmetics.