Today, Indonesia is one of the world’s largest producers of coconut products, producing approximately 400,000 MT of coconut sugar per year. As one of the top and fully-integrated producers of coconut sugar, IMC Organic has engaged with PUR Projet to work towards more regenerative practices in Java, Indonesia, with the overall goal of improving whole-farm systems that prioritize diversity and ecological resilience.
Expo East is where the natural products industry meets to discover, learn and push the industry forward. IMC Organic is excited to be exhibiting […]
Another great show at BIOFACH 2022! Thank you everybody for your support during the show, and from everyone at IMC Organic, we wish you […]
Update: See you at Natural Product Expo East BIOFACH America 2022! Click here for more details BIOFACH is the world’s leading trade fair for […]
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.