Committed To Sustainability

  • 13,000 Tonnes Of Palm Oil Produced In 2014

  • 16,633 Hectares Of Oil Palm Replanted Since 2010

  • Feronia Directly Employs Over 3,800 People

  • All Of Feronia's Produce Is Sold Locally In The DRC

Feronia is an agribusiness operating in the DRC. It consists of three oil palm plantations, the first of which was established in 1911, and an arable farming operation. Feronia’s primary objective when it acquired its palm oil business in 2009 was to save the plantations from the brink of extinction. Today, after years of substantial investment, the future of the business is secure and we are working to make a meaningful and long-term contribution to the future of the DRC.

Feronia Stories

Dr Parfait Kiyoso Area Doctor

Having been born on the Boteka plantion in 1962, Dr. Parfait Kiyoso is now Area Doctor at Feronia PHC's Boteka Hospital.

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Palm oil has a poor reputation, in many ways deserved, because of its links to deforestation, the displacement of people and animals, and the destruction of ecosystems. Because Feronia is operating on long-established brownfield sites, the issues commonly associated with palm oil are not relevant here:

  • Zero Deforestation
  • Established Plantations
  • 100% Brownfield
  • All production sold locally

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FERONIA INC. ANNOUNCES CLOSING OF FINAL TRANCHE OF SECURED CONVERTIBLE DEBENTURE OFFERING

18-01-2016
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FERONIA SECURES $49M TERM FACILITY FOR PALM OIL OPERATIONS

22-12-2015
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