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Cotton South Africa's Programmes
Food Staples Industrial Raw Materials. Meet The Team We employ 60 people across the country. Also in the News 15 th Oct, Press release. Olam calls for urgent international cooperation to reduce major greenhouse gas footprint of rice production Singapore — Urgent action is needed by the agri-sector along with brands, retailers, financial institutions, scientists and governments to implement solutions to limit methane emissions from rice production, while improving farmer livelihoods and food security.
This has to take into account that many rice consumers are unable to pay more. To achieve real scale, a raft of additional measures such as financial market support, reduced tariffs and freeing up capital by promoting the benefits of sustainable rice to more affluent consumers, are required.
But climate change miti. Changes to the Composition of the Board Committees Please refer to the attachment. As valued customers of Olam, the farmers receive customized technical advisory service around farm management from their respective ATE, which helps ensure a good yield.
We recently launched a digital solution focused primarily on enhancing our engagement with the farming community. The Aqua Feed Management digital solution has three applications: Want to get the latest from Olam? To advance South Africa to an environmentally responsible future, the cotton industry is continuing with the development and implementation of new technologies and methods of cotton production and manufacturing, and developing new uses for the cotton plant that will result in meeting consumer needs and to balance productivity and profit, without compromising the ability of […].
Cotton South Africa is a non-profit organisation that brings together both private and public sector organisations involved in the entire cotton industry value chain, including producers, organised labour, consumer organisations and service providers, to stabilise employment and improve overall competitiveness in the cotton industry. We promote a Southern African regional value chain which will result […].
We provide an industry forum for the whole cotton value chain, information, advise government and promote the development of cotton farmers all over the country. We co-ordinate all quality control processes, from grading and classification, compiling standards, testing and contamination prevention. We test textiles according to SABS and ISO standards, including colour fastness, mass per unit area, dimensional stability and fibre composition.
We provide training on all aspects of the cotton production process to ensure uniformity in grading and classification standards.
We run various programmes to constantly promote and develop the cotton industry in South Africa, such as the Smallholder Farmers Skills Development Programme, designed specifically to support smallholder cotton farmers and the Cotton Certification Scheme regulating the use of the Cotton Trade Mark.
We also manage the Sustainable Cotton Cluster, focused on driving a more sustainable cotton supply chain. The Cotton Mark is a registered trademark launched by South African cotton producers in as a quality mark for cotton merchandise.
Since then the use of the Cotton Mark was granted to many of the important players in the cotton Small-holder farmers have an important part to play in building a sustainable future for the cotton industry. We provide training and support in a programme that has already delivered notable success.
Over the years, their contribution to the cotton sector has grown significantly. The Sustainable Cotton Cluster programme brings together the entire cotton value chain, including the public sector, organised labour, consumer organisations, service providers and dedicated cluster management.
Cotton is a natural renewable resource Cotton is a part of our daily lives and has hundreds of uses, from blue jeans to soap. A true renewable source of fibre Cotton has been used as a fibre for more than years!
A Sustainable Cotton Industry To advance South Africa to an environmentally responsible future, the cotton industry is continuing with the development and implementation of new technologies and methods of cotton production and manufacturing, and developing new uses for the cotton plant that will result in meeting consumer needs and to balance productivity and profit, without compromising the ability of […].
Cotton South Africa Cotton South Africa is a non-profit organisation that brings together both private and public sector organisations involved in the entire cotton industry value chain, including producers, organised labour, consumer organisations and service providers, to stabilise employment and improve overall competitiveness in the cotton industry. India is expected to remain the leader in area under cotton with a projected
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