Trifol’s practices

Organic food industry in Sievi

Trifol Oy history and practices

Trifol Oy was established in 1996 and has been committed to organic products from the very start, and we are convinced that our choice was the right one. We pay farmers a far higher price than the normal world market price for rapeseed which fulfils our precise criteria. By this, we ensure the motivation of farming and the safeguarding of the raw material production. Our compressing capacity is currently approximately 10,000 kg/day, from which we get about 2,800 litres of good quality cold pressed organic rapeseed oil and 7,200 kg of pressed produce for the needs of livestock farms.

Production process

The production process is briefly expressed as follows: Approved domestic organic rapeseed is sorted, cold pressed, grounded, filtered and packaged. The goods are naturally delivered in packaging sizes and batches according to the customers’ wishes. Consumer packaging is filled in our bottling line with a capacity of 2,000 bottles per hour. Our premises are centrally located and allow for the distribution of rapeseed produce for livestock feed to organic farms across Finland.

Energy and environment

100% of the energy used by our plant is produced with renewable resources (wind power, forest energy)

No wastewater is supplied into the municipal system or to the natural environment, but rather into a solid well from which it is ecologically utilised as nutrients.

The future

According to our company's vision, the demand for organic products will increase for product safety and environmental reasons.

Factory farming produced “foods” are on multiple occasions during the growing process poisoned with non-biodegradable chemicals, posing a danger to nature, humans and animals, forever remaining in the natural cycle and causing harm and damage to the entire ecosystem.

One example would be the use of neonicotinoids by which factory farmers due to their ignorance poison their most important workers and friends of the crops - bees. In organic farm fields, the bees fly around happily and carry out essential work for the production of crops.

A factory farm bee is now on its back on the ground, poisoned and taking its last breath.

For this reason, all Finnish agriculture and production should switch to organic production and find its own niche market for pure and aromatic products in an increasingly demanding business environment.