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Members of the RSPO represent all stages in the supply chain and the world's largest palm oil producing regions. As members, they have a say in the RSPO's decision-making, shaping efforts to make sustainable palm oil the norm.
The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) membership is composed of Ordinary Members, Affiliate Members and Supply Chain Associates.
For organisations directly involved within the palm oil supply chain, or is an associated NGO.
For organisations or individuals that are not directly involved in the palm oil supply chain in any of the various categories in Ordinary Membership.
For organisations that have business activities along the palm oil supply chain but limited to purchasing, using, or trading less than 500 metric tonnes of palm oil and palm oil products annually.
All members are required to abide by the RSPO Code of Conduct, and specifically to:
From market access to technical know-how, find out why more organisations and companies globally have joined the RSPO — and about the benefits they are enjoying through their membership.
RSPO members represent 7 stakeholder groups within the supply chain, completing the demand and supply loop, and everything in between.
RSPO Certified Sustainable Palm Oil is internationally recognised. Moreover, membership demonstrates a first step towards commitment to sustainable palm oil.
Members can contribute increasing demand for Certified Sustainable Palm Oil, and access markets where the demand for sustainability is growing.
RSPO members have access to a strategic platform to create & influence policies and key decisions, and benefit from best practices on agricultural, environmental and social aspects.
By joining the RSPO, become part of a fast-growing community of actors in the palm oil industry who are working to make sustainable palm oil the norm. Find out how.
The Annual Communication of Progress are reports submitted by RSPO members to gauge their progress towards 100% RSPO-certified sustainable palm oil. These reports are mandatory and submitted each year.
The RSPO Complaints System aims to provide a fair, transparent and impartial process to duly handle and address complaints against RSPO members or against the RSPO system itself.