For nearly three decades - since well before sustainable agriculture was a field of study, no less a mainstream, household term - SymBio has been working to build a resilient global food system. Over that time, SymBio has developed intimate working relationships with local organic farmers worldwide to assist them in continuing their family's generations deep livelihood by providing them with long term contracts and markets to sell their produce. Our company is a for profit expression of a deeply studied and committed world vision of sustainability, rather than a marketing strategy to sell produce to the increasing green consumer market.
SymBio believes the green consumer is increasingly aware of the link between the food we buys and the social and environmental issues that shape our times. SymBio develops food chains that simultaneously address these concerns, while helping its customers stay ahead of the curve in terms of what the consumers will demand in the near future.
The source of the ingredients is directly related to the objectives of the customer's values. Issues from fair trade labor to ecological impact and cost are intricately related to source. SymBio has developed and is continuing to expand our source of ingredients globally. Together with our customers, we develop direct supply relationships with growers and value added processors to delivery traceability, price control and stability, with an eye on the current and future market.
For 20 years, SymBio has been working in Poland with over 300 small family farms and several value added processing facilities to supply the European and North American market with a variety of organic fruits. Over the past decade, SymBio has expanded supply chain development to include organic farmers in the United States, Central and South America - offering its ever expanding customer base with a wider range of organic ingredients produced with the SymBio vision.
We'd love to hear from you. Whether you want to learn more about how SymBio can assist your company in better achieving its goals, are wondering what M•Organic means, or have a like-minded vision and would like to share ideas, please . . . Drop us a line.