FGV achieves 81% traceability of FFB supply chain

Group CEO Datuk Haris Fadzilah Hassan said achieving TTP beyond 80% is a huge milestone for the group and the group was committed to ensure its achieve full traceability by next year. Pic by FGV Holdings.

KUALA LUMPUR: FGV Holdings Bhd has achieved 81% of traceability to plantation of its fresh fruit bunches (FFB) to date and putting it on track to achieve 100% by 4Q of next year.

In a statement issued on Thursday, it said the traceability is crucial for FGV to ensure the FFB sourced are not linked to deforestation, planting on peat and open burning.

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