Our partners offer direct connections to the production of some well known and boutique essential oils, an absolute must for anyone looking for a short and transparent supply chain.
PT Aroma Atsiri (AAI) are producers of world class Indonesian essential oils and natural derivatives combining high standards that focus on sustainability and ethical sourcing through many farming partnerships.
AROMAX is a Haitian distillation company, specialising in the production of amyris and vetiver essential oils. They have one of the largest infrastructures for collecting raw materials and distilling their oils at multiple dedicated sites.
Elcor-M is a long established and leading producer of Russian Essential Oils. They have unrivalled capacities and the highest quality products, setting the standards for Russian oils.
Established in 2016, Ess Oil’s mission is to be a pioneer in Rwandan of pure, natural and organic essential oils. Comprising of 117 hectares Ess Oil now offer 3 fully certified organic essential oils.
Essential Oils of Tasmania
Essential Oils of Tasmania is a fully integrated business, born out of science, that produces and sells the highest quality uniquely Tasmanian, essential oils and botanical extracts.
FROST is a fully integrated, leading producer of certified organic essential oils in Bosnia & Herzegovina, specialising in the production of immortelle and juniper berry.
Offering authentic, high quality Ceylon origin spice essential oil, GSL Naturals pride themselves on their sustainable platform, supporting many local farmers and their families.
Heritage Oils combine decades of knowledge and experience of the Australian essential oil market to bring both long-term supply solutions and innovations for those looking for something different.
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Based in South Africa Lion Rock Essential Oils are the world’s largest producer of Certified Organic Eucalyptus Radiata Oil boasting unrivalled volumes and the highest quality standards.
North Queensland Essential Oils is a cooperative formed by tea tree growers in Dimbulah, Far North Queensland in 1994. Consisting of 16 farmers, NQEO produce in excess of 70MT per year of Melaleuca alternifolia.