Our vision: building a collaborative route to healthy hazelnuts by tackling the most important challenges confronting hazelnut producers, their towns, and migrant workers. 70% of the world’s hazelnuts originate from Turkey, where ofi has established its sustainability goals for 2030 throughout its supply chain. Consumers should expect greater openness from Hazelnut Trail, which is committed to eradicating slave labor and improving for hundreds of seasonal migrant workers. Hazelnut Trail begins with a dedication to safe and decent employment and continues with a focus on education, tolerance, and climate change. Ofi’s sustainability platform AtSource┬« provides our customers and partners with real-time information about our progress toward these goals and indicators.
sustainable Hazelnuts Trail establishes goals for all aspects of ofi’s sustainable hazelnut business, from farm to factory, following the United Nations’ Sustainable Development and ofi’s dedication to providing naturally excellent, sustainable hazelnuts. This begins by building on the civil rights accomplishments we’ve achieved with our partners over the past decade, as well as our promise to eradicate dangerous working conditions and the risk of child workers in our supply chains by 2030.

Join us all on our Hazelnut Trail.
We are looking for investors to help us scale our attempts and positive effect so that we can realize our aim of a safe and adaptable hazelnut supply chain.

Three Ways To Participate:

By contributing directly to new or existing initiatives through premiums or a one-time payment

As a strategic or application partner, to assist with volunteer work personal time, technical expertise, or resources for fresh and amazing initiatives on the ground

Through source programs that offer customers interaction options tailored to their specific sustainability hazelnuts goals.

Sustainable Hazelnuts Are Reduced With Green Benefits
Our business epitomizes the ecofriendly spirit for which Oregonians are recognized. sustainable Hazelnuts plants have a modest effect on the country and give environmental advantages. Not only do they consume less water, trap more carbon, and minimize soil erosion and nitrogen contamination, they also function as a riverside buffer, filtering dangerous pollutants from the water table before it gets into Oregon’s rivers and streams.