Pharmactive ramps up its sustainability policy

Pharmactive Bioactive, S.L.U. unveils its long-term sustainability program emphasizing fair-trade, boosting local women’s workforces, reducing energy consumption and waste through upcycling, and promoting crops that support biodiversity. The company has certified its Environmental Management System according to ISO 14001:2015. The efforts are part of the company’s zealous efforts to keep its operations in harmony with the fabric of the natural environment and to bolster local rural communities.

Pharmactive is cementing its sustainable sourcing and production protocols while conserving complete control of its supply channels to bring customers high-quality ethically sourced organic certified botanicals. This is especially evident in both its flagship affron® saffron extract and its ABG+® line of aged black garlic products. The company has secured two patents for its innovative green extraction processes of these  botanicals.

As part of its robust environmental policy, the botanical ingredient producers have devised a long-term contract farming plan to reinforce the local economy and workforce of remote areas of the Castille-La-Mancha region of Spain and promote Spanish culture heritage preservation.

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