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Aust & Hachmann (Canada) is a dedicated vanilla company dealing only in natural vanilla beans and their by-products.
We import, stock and distribute natural vanilla products throughout North America and other major
vanilla consuming markets including Japan, China, Brazil, Australia and Israel.

 

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The latest Market Reports

  • Mars 2016 [Francais]
    RAPPORT DU MARCHE DE LA VANILLE NO. 48 – MARS 2016     Pendant la courte période de 5 mois depuis notre dernier communiqué,  le marché global de la vanille est tombé en mode « crise », pas dissemblable de  la saison 2002/2003.  C’était l’année avant que les prix pour les gousses de vanille de type extraction dépassent 500.00 USD / kg.  Au moment ou les derniers lots de la saison 2015 de Madagascar arrivent sur le marché, on constate que les prix ont presque triplé en un an.  Les acheteurs non couverts pour 2016 se retrouvent à la merci du marché.  Toutefois, ce paysage peut changer considérablement en 2016 étant donné que la production de la vanille augmentera considérablement dans les régions en croissance.   L’emprise toujours redoutable de Madagascar sur le marché diminue au fur et à mesure que les nouvelles plantations de vanille portent leurs fruits. Cela deviendra encore plus apparent en 2016 et possiblement plus flagrant en 2017. Entre-temps le marché actuel est […]
  • March 2016 [English]
    VANILLA MARKET REPORT NO 48 – MARCH 2016   In the 5 short months since our last market report the global vanilla trade has fallen into “crisis” mode not too dissimilar to “2002/2003” – the year before prices for extraction grade Madagascar Vanilla Beans surpassed USD 500.00/kg.  As the last lots from the 2015 Madagascar season come to market,   prices have almost tripled in a year.  Extraction grade vanilla bean buyers not covered for 2016 find themselves at the mercy of the market; however, this landscape may change considerably in 2016 as vanilla production in all growing regions is set to rise considerably. Madagascar’s grip on the market, while still formidable, is loosening as new vanilla plantations start to bear fruit. This will become even more apparent in 2016 and possibly glaring in 2017. In the meantime the current market is practically void of any supply as the 2015 Madagascar crop came up very short on both quality and quantity. If not for supplies from […]
  • Octobre 2015 [Francais]
    RAPPORT DU MARCHÉ DE LA VANILLE Nº 47 – 0CT0BRE 2015 À l’arrivée sur le marché de la récolte 2015 de vanille de Madagascar, on constate le déroulement d’un scénario déjà trop familier. Comme prévu, la récolte est à la fois inférieure à la moyenne en termes de taille et de qualité. En fait, on

Aust & Hachmann (Canada) Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility or sustainable business practices is something that companies who deal with underdeveloped countries like Madagascar are being encouraged to embrace. Defining sustainability and applying it within any business model, depending on the product involved, is not so easily achieved. In the case of vanilla from Madagascar there are several approaches which could all be considered sustainable with each practice providing its own benefits. Although Aust & Hachmann (Canada) sponsors several programs and projects on the ground our primary focus is education.

 

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3 ways you can help the vanilla communities of Madagascar

1) Sponsor a project through the Madagascar Development Fund (MDF)
2) Make a donation to CALA (committee for leprosy relief in Antalaha)
3) Make a donation to Macolline or JHA (Joey Helps Antalaha)

 

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NGO’S supported by Aust & Hachmann (Canada) Ltd

– MDF (Madagascar Development Fund.)
– Committee for Leprosy Relief in Antalaha, C.A.L.A.
– MACOLLINE/JHA fund

 

 

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– Water, sanitation and play area beach project – Sambava – 2012 /13 with MDF
– Construction of a 3 classroom, cyclone proof primary school in Ansahabe. (just north of Sambava) October 2014 with MDF
– Construction of a 3 classroom cyclone proof primary school at Ambatofitatra, north of Sambava. Estimate November 2015 with MDF