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Daabon Organic Australia: achieving low levels of contaminants in vegetable oils

Daabon Organic Australia: achieving low levels of contaminants in vegetable oils


By: Veronica Arrellano - Business Development Manager Daabon Australia

With its new state-of-the-art vegetable oil refinery in Melbourne, DAABON Organic Australia (DOA), has the capacity to significantly reduce the levels of contaminants in vegetable oils.

y working closely with farming communities in different agricultural programs, and building on its integrated supply chain network, DOA is capable of sourcing the best crude oils from across the globe. Having access to these high-quality oils and processing them in our Melbourne refinery with cutting-edge refining technology, allows us to achieve significantly low levels of contaminants such as 3MCPD, GE and MOSH/MOAH.

Infant milk formulas have some of the strictest requirements in food standards. DOA has been delivering oil blends to this industry for over 20 years and works closely with new product development teams in order to achieve innovative solutions in fatty acid profiles and lipid structures. Even though low contaminant requirements have long been significant for the infant milk formula industry, they are also becoming relevant to a broader spectrum of manufacturing companies in the food industry.

DOA has a specialized team that works with our customers in the development of customized vegetable oil solutions by considering their expected targets for  contaminants and other key parameters for single oils and oil blends. DAABON’s delivery flexibility enables us to offer small batches and different packaging presentations; a key factor during trials.

By achieving the lowest levels of contaminants in the Australian market, DOA ensures its position as the best integral high quality vegetable oil provider for the food & nutrition industrys part of ongoing marketing efforts, DAABON USA (DUSA) continues to share its accomplishments through social media platforms and has built a set of new resources and launched new campaigns to reach a broader audience:

Palm Today blog & Future of Palm website

‘Palm Today’ (palmtoday.org) shows how DAABON makes sustainability a key component of its corporate mission, by placing the planet and people first. It is a great resource to learn more about DAABON’s palm oil efficiency, versatility and sustainability practices through the most recent industry updates, articles, educational infographics, videos and more. This is a great addition to the Future of Palm (thefutureofpalm.com) website, which explains in an easy-to-understand way why sustainable palm oil is so beneficial. We believe that these resources are relevant for a wide range of audiences—from school children to consumers, to corporate buyers around the world. of solidarity to help mitigate the virus and protect the health of our local citizens.

Additional Resources: (https://linktr.ee/Daabonusa)

In addition to our recent marketing efforts, DUSA created a series of tools such as informative short videos about our sustainability practices and our local community, educational  infographics and a podcast featuring our DUSA sales team discussing DAABON´s focus on the planet, people and product innovation. Additionally, we built a virtual booth as a replacement for the on-site tradeshow experience to connect with potential buyers within the industry. Finally, as an ongoing process, we continue to feed and strengthen our social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn) in order to keep educating our North American audience on DAABON’s sustainable palm oil practices. These efforts will help us share our story more broadly and increase our follower’s engagement.