Agroaceite is one of the leading companies in producing and marketing palm oil in Latin America. It is located in Guatemala’s southwestern area. From its beginning in 2008, its concern has been implementing the best agricultural and industrial practices and the most modern technology.
The fatty acids contained in palm oil are vital for building membranes of body cells, including bones, nerves and brain. It also contains micronutrients that help the cells to function to keep the body healthy and functioning properly.
Of the 100% of the world’s land devoted to the cultivation of oils and fats, only 6% are palm oil crops and produce 28% of the world’s oil volume. See more…
Our human resource is the most important thing and we are aware that our first commitment is to our employees, their families and communities, ensuring their welfare through the following practices and programs:
In Agroaceite we seek to help communities build local self-management capacity for their own development. We support, accompany and talk to community leaders and local actors for the implementation of sustainable programs.. Ver más...
In our commitment to achieve the highest standards in the industry and operate in a responsible manner with our workers, communities and the environment, we are not satisfied by just complying with domestic laws, but also complying with international standards required by the global certifications which we receive. See More...
World Food Day marks the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in 1945. It’s observed by many organizations involved with food security around the world. Agroaceite’s CSR programs are closely aligned with the UN Sustainable
Agroaceite, in partnership with the Health Area of Genova, Quetzaltenango, conducted two health activities for the purpose of providing preventive health to the citizens of the communities of Génova, Quetzaltenango. The first activity involved treatment of skin ailments and the
Parents, teachers and students celebrated the 2018 graduation of the third class of Sexto Primaria of the Mojarras Mixed Rural Private School in Coatepeque, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala. The school is the result of an alliance between AGROACEITE and Funcafé that began
The sustainable palm oil company, AGROACEITE, in partnership with the Asociación de Desarrollo Integral del Trifinio Suroccidente (ASODITSO) and the Institute for Climate Change (ICC in Spanish), carried out this year a new Certification Course on “Community Adaptation to Climate