Sustainable Raw Materials from CREMER OLEO

For many products we already offer even "greener" alternatives, for example in controlled organic quality, palm-free, certified according to the RSPO SCC standard and also increasingly recycled variants. Feel free to contact us! We will be happy to review your concern and try to find a suitable supply chain for you!

An excerpt from our sustainable range:

Raw materials in certified organic quality

  • Organic Glycerine
    We carry organic glycerine from three different feedstocks: RSPO/IP certified palm/palm kernel oil, soybean oil and Indian karanja oil.
  • Soap Base
    Our organic soap noodles are made from 100% coconut oil or 80/20 palm/palm kernel oil.
  • Shea Butter
    Shea butter for the cosmetics industry we offer both conventional and organic quality.
  • Exclusive Cosmetic Oils
    We carry argan oil, baobab oil, barbary prickly pear oil, jojoba oil and coconut oil in organic quality.

ECOCERT COSMOS certification ensures the organic supply chain for cosmetic products. For food use we offer glycerin, shea butter and baobab oil with EU BIO certification according to 834/2007. More about our certificates

Raw materials with RSPO SCC standard

  • Fatty Acids
    We are happy to procure all fatty acids from our range in RSPO/MB quality.
  • Esters
    We also procure all fatty acid esters in RSPO/MB quality.
  • Soap Base
    We are happy to offer you all soap qualities RSPO/MB certified, selected qualities also in RSPO/IP quality.
  • Glycerine und Organic Glycerine
    We carry glycerine in RSPO/MB and RSPO/SG quality. We also offer organic glycerine certified according to RSPO-IP standard. Please feel free to contact us!
  • Emollients
    Cremerlin®PURA, our plant-based alternative to petrolatum, is also RSPO-certified.

The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil is a non-profit organization that aims to make sustainable palm oil production the norm. Our license number is RSPO-1106112. Follow our progress here:

Palm-free qualities

We are happy to offer glycerine, fatty acids and esters based on rapeseed oil.

Recycled raw materials: Double counting

Recycled raw materials are becoming an increasingly important issue in the OLEO market. One example is glycerine, where grades made from high-quality tallow from slaughterhouse waste are becoming increasingly important because they enable double CO2 savings through double counting. 
The same applies to glycerine from UCO (Used Cooking Oil or used cooking fat): in the food industry and catering, the collection, purification and recycling of UCO has already been common practice for a long time. Innovative processes are making this increasingly efficient, making UCO interesting as a CO2-neutral source of biodiesel and glycerine. While the glycerine is often not suitable for the production of food or cosmetics, it is very well suited for many technical applications. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are looking for a recycled raw material source for your production!

Used cooking oil: new source of biodiesel and glycerine