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By Quarren M. Del Rosario

A Brown Energy & Resources Development Inc. (ABERDI) is a subsidiary company of A Brown Company Inc.(ABCI). Its primary purpose is to engage in the business of manufacturing and trading of goods such as crude oil and petroleum products on wholesale/retail basis.

The company is proud to receive its License to Operate as Food Manufacturer with LTO NO. CFRR-RX-FM-1195 from Food and Drug Administration on July 1, 2016.

In addition the company also received the HALAL registration certificate for the Refined Palm Oil Products on April 29, 2016 with IDCP-NO. 2016-F-828, which further states:



























Furthermore, IDCP Halal also issued the Halal product certification to all products with its IDCP numbers to the following:

Crude Palm Oil – IDCP-HC-No.2016-F-828-01









Refined Bleach & Deodorized Palm Oil – IDCP-HC-No. 2016-F-828-02









Refined Bleach & Deodorized Palm Olein – IDCP -HC-No.2016-F-828-03









Palm Stearin – IDCP-HC-No.2016-F-828-04









Palm Fatty Acid Distillate – IDCP-HC-No.2016-F-828-05












Passing all the standard requirements of HALAL and FDA, it only shows that the company will continue to uphold its core business vision: “To be the country’s leader in producing basic products sustainably for the world.”

The company is in the oil palm business. Its primary activity is the extraction process of fresh fruit bunches (FFB) to CPO in its mill plant situated at Malubong, Impasug-ong, Bukidnon with a capacity of 10 tons per hour producing an average of 100 tons of CPO per day for ten hour operation. This product is a raw material for manufacturers that process both food and non-food commodities (ex. Household cooking oil, biodiesel, soap, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, noodles and pasta, non-dairy creamers, etc.) The sources of the FFBs are subsidiaries of ABERDI and various independent growers of oil palm. The oil extraction ratio of crude palm oil ranges from 15% to 20% while palm kernel recovery ranges from 2% to 5% respectively. Other products are sludge oil, fiber, and shell, empty bunch, sludge cake as non-food uses.

The company started the construction of the 50 tonner/day palm oil physical refinery with fractionation last December 2012.  This is set to be operational by June 2013 and projected to produce 1,000 metric tons of palm olein per month.