Business can be a force for good, if it is prepared to challenge conventional trading models.
We are on a mission to prove this is possible.
We trade plant-based products from the Global South.
Our first category is premium, handcrafted Shea butter.
We trade differently.
We re-balance the conventional value chain of plant-based products by guaranteeing those who produce our premium products a stable, net income of at least poverty rate, and by investing at least 40% of our profits into building thriving sourcing communities.
We achieve competitive pricing by keeping our other costs as low as possible.
By buying from Toontibo, our customers contribute directly to seven of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Our Latest News
Sector banker Dirk Mulder is in conversation with Toontibo CEO Willem Jan van de Hoeven about the advantages of Shea butter, rebalancing the value chain and the changes in the food chain.
To our Dutch-speaking friends, listen to our CEO Willem Jan van der Hoeven in conversation with leading business coach Erno Hannink about how business can be a force for good.
Ross Nicholson and Toontibo’s founder Alain Volz talk about a regenerative approach to business, how Toontibo came into being and what it needs to take it to the next stage of development.