Embedding sustainability is crucial for businesses to attain and meet key organizational success criteria comprehensively.

The integration of sustainable practices shapes a well-rounded business capable of conducting its daily operations with a mindful consideration of the environment and a commitment to its protection and nurturing.

For agriculture to be truly sustainable, it must fulfill present and future needs, ensuring the sustainability trifecta of profitability, environmental health, and social-economic equity. Many farms are adapting their purposes and embracing sustainable agriculture strategies. The current Global Sustainable Agriculture Market size stands at $13.32 billion, with a projected increase to $31.35 billion by 2031, underscoring the global agricultural sector’s dedication to a more sustainable paradigm.

ESAD actively contributes to both local and global sustainable agriculture efforts. We have implemented various practices to ensure the sustainability of our processes and workforce, exemplifying our commitment to environmentally responsible and socially equitable practices. 

Our efforts include:


Organic Farming


The use of compost as a fertilizer


Eliminated use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)


3 Solar Power Stations, reducing our carbon footprint


5. Water Wells controlled with a reading meter to ensure we don’t surpass the required amount of water, eliminating water waste and managing how much water we use


6. Watering plants at night during hot seasons to avoid the evaporation of water, which would result in the use of more water in order to replace the evaporated percentage, thus, watering at night is essential to avoid exceeding water levels and waste


Recycling of waste products from our manufacturing process and using it to produce our compost


Recycling bins sectioned according to material (Glass, Plastic and Paper), placed around the farm