BIOFACH is the world’s leading trade fair for the organic community and the international industry gathering for organic food. It’s where you’ll meet and […]
IMC recognizes that our consumers are becoming more conscious of their food sources. As such, we have adopted a traceability process which enables us to rectify and isolate any problems that may arise from production, through accurate identification and isolation of the root cause. But what does this level of accountability really mean to our buyers?
Continuing from our previous episode, we will be exploring yet another fascinating aspect of our BRCGS, FairTrade and Organic certified production process. This process […]
With an increased awareness in diets and global climate change, there has been more interest to try replacing conventionally refined sugar with healthier and […]
FLO ID 40702 Integral Mulia Cipta (IMC) is a Fairtrade certified company (FLO ID 40702) and together with our exposure to the global market, […]
Food safety is at the heart of every decision we make, and we are proud to announce that IMC Organic Coconut Sugar’s entire supply […]
IMC REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURECoconut Sugar Project Launch Our Partners: What is Regenerative Agriculture Project? IMC together with our partners acknowledges the importance of regenerative agriculture […]
After 18 months in this pandemic, many issues have arise in the global economy. While some countries are beginning to feel some sense of normalcy, others are still reeling from the aftershocks of the virus. One pressing issue that has always resurfaced is freight. In part 3 of this 3 part series, we share how partnering with IMC’s Expertise during Covid-19 Pandemic can help you to reach safe harbors amidst this chaotic choppy seas.
After 18 months in this pandemic, many issues have arise in the global economy. While some countries are beginning to feel some sense of normalcy, others are still reeling from the aftershocks of the virus. One pressing issue that has always resurfaced is freight. In part 2 of this 3 part series, we try to explore more about insufficient containers and Freight Costs during Covid-19 Pandemic.