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About Our Sustainability Report 2022

This is Musim Mas Group’s sixth Sustainability Report, updating the Group’s sustainability performance for the 2022 calendar year. It has been prepared with reference to the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) guidelines. We also engaged Ernst & Young LLP (EY) to provide limited independent assurance on selected disclosures in this report.

Chairman Statement

I am pleased to present our 2022 Sustainability Report. We continue to raise the bar in sustainable palm oil production and are expanding our responsible business practices to cover our coconut operations.

Executive Chairman and CEO, Musim Mas Group

Our Approach to Sustainability

We report on our progress against our four Sustainability Pillars, which rest on the core components of sustainability, namely people, planet, and profit.


Improve the Lives of Smallholders, Workers, and Communities


Deliver Positive Environmental Impacts


Maintain Responsible and Enduring Relationships with Suppliers, Customers, and Stakeholders




Drive Innovation in Sustainable Practices

Our Contributions to the United Nations SDGs

Musim Mas is actively contributing to the United Nations Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs). We recognize the role businesses play in ensuring the success of the UN agenda and the importance of using a common language to communicate our sustainability progress.
We mapped our material topics and program objectives to the SDGs and their targets, outlining the primary and secondary SDGs to which we contribute. We revisited this exercise for this report as part of our annual materiality update and mapped our downstream risks and opportunities as well.

See our Sustainability Report 2022 for more on our SDG contributions and reporting.

Past Sustainability Reports

Sustainability at Musim Mas means providing high-quality and innovative palm oil products and derivatives responsibly. We aspire to be a responsible leader in the evolution of the palm oil industry. To that end, we work hard with our stakeholders to address their concerns, such as greenhouse gas emissions, loss of biodiversity, as well as labour and human rights.