Gokul Agro is a leading producer of Edible oil, castor oil and castor derivatives . The company is committed to sustainable practices that minimize its environmental impact and promote social responsibility.

One of Gokul Agro’s key sustainability initiatives is its use of renewable energy sources. The company currently uses 40% of its daily energy needs from renewable sources like wind mills and solar panels. By relying on these sources of energy, Gokul Agro is reducing its carbon footprint and contributing to a more sustainable future.

Gokul Agro’s focus on sustainability extends beyond energy use. The company also works to minimize waste and reduce water consumption in its production processes. Additionally, Gokul Agro is committed to ethical labour practices, including fair treatment of workers and compliance with local laws and regulations.

Through its participation in the Castor Oil International Sustainability Program, Gokul Agro is working to advance sustainability in the castor oil industry as a whole. By sharing best practices and collaborating with other industry leaders, Gokul Agro is helping to create a more sustainable and responsible supply chain.

Being one of the leading producers of Castor oil & its derivatives, Gokul Agro have always been part of the initiatives taken for a sustainable growth of castor seeds as an important raw material. Gokul Agro is now a proud member of International sustainable castor association and is active in creating awareness among the farmers, stakeholders to inculcate sustainable farming practices. Prior to this Gokul Agro have been actively involved in Solvent Extractor’s Association’s model farming & yield increasing program, SEA’ s rainwater harvesting and ground water recharging to ensure that the farming community understand the importance of Sustainability and adopt to the best standards.


The castor crop is grown extensively in the Gujarat and surrounding region of western India for several decades. The crop grows well in marginal, sandy soil and is drought resistant.

The farmers consider castor to be easy to grow and easy to sell, and they appreciate its long shelf life which enables easy storage and transportation.

Selling castor seed is straightforward and transparent in the many hundreds of open trading yards in the region.

The huge number of smallholder farmers have a long legacy of growing castor crops and they do so by choice – they consider the crop to be somewhat of an “insurance policy”

due to its robust resistance to drought and its “low input, easy to grow, easy to store, easy to sell” legacy.

There is little waste associated with castor cultivation and processing. Once crushed, the seed yields a little less than fifty percent oil, the remaining “cake” or “meal” being valued as a

highly effective organic fertilizer1. The cake may also be used internally in the crushing operation as a high calorific value carbon neutral bio fuel.

We being proud member, take the crucial first step towards a sustainable approach by wholeheartedly adopting social, economic, and environmental objectives.By actively supporting various initiatives, We are committed promoting social welfare, uplifting the livelihoods of workers and farmers, and contributing to the betterment of our planet.

This conscious decision to align our actions with sustainable principles reflects our dedication to make a positive impact on the world and fostering a brighter future for all.

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