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  • retail brands, partners,
    • Retail Brands

      OrganiMark partners with Retailers and Consumer Brands across the globe to:

      - Develop complete product offerings with full supply chain traceability to satisfy the demands of sophisticated conscious consumers.
      - Engineer and manage sustainable supply chains to deliver product offerings to consumers.
      - Consolidate and manage sourcing from large numbers of suppliers with transparent supply chain management systems.
      - Develop and maintain long-term value chain partnerships that maximise overall efficiency and ethical responsibility

      Brands we work with include:

      - Pick n Pay
      - Woolworths
      - Anvil Knitwear
      - PepsiCo
      - Organic Flavour Company
      - Gucci
      - Caravel Pelli Pregiate Spa
      - Falco Pellami
      - Mr Price Group
  • multi-national corporations, partners,
    • Multi-national corporations

      Through its longstanding business relationship with Anglo American and Pick 'n Pay, OrganiMark has developed a wide range of Corporate Responsibility(CR) solutions for the large corporations Including

      - Kumba Iron Ore (A member of the Anglo American plc group)
      - Anglo Platinum (A member of the Anglo American plc group)
      - Optimum Coal
      - CRONIMET Chrome Mining SA
      - Coal of Africa Limited

      We also partner with leading supply chain service providers to tailor world-class solutions for unique challenges presented by our business.

      Typical examples of this are:

      - Kuhn & Nagel Logistics
      - SGS Consolidated certification

  • financial institutions, partners,
    • Financial Institutions

      In most cases, the development of supply chains involves Greenfield developments and/or changes to existing facilities. Capital projects in developing countries call for creative funding instruments and OrganiMark is dealing with various Financial Institutions, such as:

       - South African Industrial Development Corporation
       - National Empowerment Fund of South Africa
       - The Development Bank of Southern Africa
       - ComMark Trust
       - Root Capital (USA)
       - USAID
      - GroCapital
      - Golden Mean Capital Partners LLC


  • community farmers, partners,
    • Community Farmers

      As part of its social responsibility, OrganiMark's business model aims to alleviate poverty through providing rural communities in developing countries with various opportunities to participate in supply chain partnerships. These are normally long-term partnerships with to allow for sustainable development and effective empowerment.



  • industry organisations, partners,
    • Industry Organisations

      OrganiMark partners with various Industry and Non-Government Organisations to develope production zones and supply chains. These organisations offer a wealth of knowledge, experience and resources for much needed support services. To date OrganiMark worked with organisations such as:

       - Cotton South Africa
       - Southern African Confederation of Agricultural Unions (SACAU)
       - The Textile Exchange
       - Technical Assistance for Sustainable Trade and Environment
       - Sustainable Cotton Cluster (SCC)


  • established producers, partners,
    • Established Producers

      Established commercial producers play an important role in setting up primary production zones bringing available infrastructure, existing skills and knowledge transfer to empower emerging and small scale producers in the area. In terms of value added processing, the preference is to have existing processors as stakeholders. If this is not possible, the partnership will set up its own processing facilities, providing farmers an opportunity to integrate forward and increase overall profitability.  Our partners include:

      - Kuhn & Son (Grape Producer)
      - Stella Meat (Abattoir)
      - Neltropica (Dehydration Plant)
      - Zesto Group (Vertically Integrated Agro-Processor)
      - DaGama (Avocado Oil Produce)
      - Loskop Cotton (Commercial Farmers Cooperative & Ginnery)
      - GWK - Cotton
      - GWK - Meat
      - Prilla 2000 - Spinner
      - Power House Clothing (Clothing Manufacturer)


Heuningpot Beekeeping Co-operative

The small, rural town of Deben, in the Northern Cape, is where the Heuningpot Beekeeping Cooperative came into being. OrganiMark partnered with the National Development Agency and Anglo American - Kumba Iron Ore to equip twelve diligent individuals from the impoverished Dibeng community with the necessary skills to produce raw organic honey.

In this relatively desolate part of the Kalahari, the twelve people selected were given a year's training by Agri Seta and Skills for Africa. They each received a Certificate in Animal Production on completion, allowing them to become self-employed beekeepers with the prospect of earning a monthly income to support their families. The initiative has not only given these Deben residents valuable skills and a greater sense of purpose, it has also encouraged them to strive for greater independence as business owners. Heuningpot is now recognised as a full member of the South African Bee Industry Organisation, which adds to the sense of pride that these beekeepers have in their sweet, wholesome honey.

Many employment initiatives, unlike Heuningpot, do not see workers benefit fully from their skilled labour. This is where OrganiMark has undertaken to ensure economic responsibility in the form of ethical supply chains between farmers and retailers. Heuningpot honey is sold in stores that subscribe to fair trade principles, which means that the Deben beekeepers are in fact getting the premium that consumers pay for Heuningpot honey. For people who buy this product, they are asured that their purchase is supporting the Heuningpot beekeepers to elevate their families above the poverty line and, furthermore, is helping them grow into sustainable business owners.

The organic status of Heuningpot honey means that it adheres to a production system that sustains the health of local soils, ecosystems and people. The bees that make this honey collect nectar from indigenous plants and their harvest area is free of agricultural and chemical contaminants. It's not uncommon to find many brands making these claims without providing a way for consumers to verify their quality declarations. The labelling on Heuningpot honey showcases various marks of certification by third party organisations, including Organimark, who has taken this one step further by allowing purchasers to go online and trace the product bought in store back to the circumstances under which it was made.

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