About

Reka is a leading manufacturer and distributor of food flavours, fragrances, cloudifying agent, basic aroma chemicals and natural essential oils in Asia. Since our establishment in 1966, we are constantly in pursue of product excellence to create best selling solutions for our customers.

Our products are created from high quality ingredients sourced worldwide with applications in common market sectors such as pharmaceutical, food processing, beverage, personal care and home care industries. Many of our products are exported to and used by world leading consumer brands in Europe, United States and Middle East countries.

In a world of ever changing consumer taste, we understand the need for our customers to innovate and create the special effect that attracts their target consumers. Our manufacturing facilities are equipped with sophisticated laboratory equipment using latest technology and highly trained leading edge chemists to create unlimited combination of new tastes and smell. In our library of more than 3000 chemicals, essential oils and absolutes, we have created commercially successful formulae to meet different consumer’s demands. Our formulae are customized to suit any local tastes no matter where you are.

We invite you to partner with us in our passion for the art and science of enrich the sensory pleasure for your consumers.





Since 2023, REKA has been committed to the UN Global Compact corporate responsibility initiative and its principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption.

1. Integrated Quality and Food Safety Policy:
In the Research and Development, Production, Sales, Marketing and Distribution of Flavours, Fragrances, and Essential Oils, we are committed to enhance customer satisfaction through the implementation of a Quality and Food Safety Management System, ensuring the competency of the employees, communicating effectively internally and externally with interested parties, complying to applicable product regulatory requirements and continual improvement of Food Safety Management system effectiveness to assure consistent delivery of quality and safe products to our consumers.

2. Environmental Policy:
Our organization is committed to minimizing its impact and protection on the environment through waste and emission reduction, energy efficiency, promoting sustainable practices both internally and amongst customers and suppliers, and by meeting or exceeding all environmental regulations that relate to our operations. We will continually evaluate our current operations, strive to improve our environmental management system with its responsibilities, practices, procedures, processes and resources for implementing and maintaining the system relating to the management of the environment, and implement sustainable business practices.

3. Occupational Health and Safety Policy:
The organization is committed to provide health and safety working conditions for the prevention of work-related injury and ill health, including the commitment to eliminate hazards and reduce occupational health and safety risks. With provision of resources, communication and setting occupational health and safety objectives, workers must receive adequate training in their specific work tasks to protect their occupational health and safety. Every worker must protect his or her own health and safety by working in compliance with the law and with safe work practices and procedures established by the organization according to local regulations and applicable legal requirements. Commitments to continual improvement of the occupational health and safety management system, consultation, and participation of workers, are an integral part of this organization, from the employer to the workers

4. Anti-bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy:

a) All forms of bribery and corruption are prohibited. Our Organization upholds a zero tolerance approach. In addition to bribery, Employees must not participate in any corrupt activity, such as extortion, collusion, breach of trust, abuse of power, trading under influence, embezzlement, fraud or money laundering.

b) Bribery may take the form of exchange of money, goods, services, property, privilege, employment position, or any preferential treatment. Employees shall not therefore, whether directly or indirectly, offer, give, receive or solicit any item of value, in the attempt to illicitly influence the decisions or actions of a person in a position of trust within an organisation, either for the intended benefit the Group or the persons involved in the transaction.

c) This Policy applies equally to our business dealings with commercial (‘private sector’) and government (‘public sector’) entities, and includes interactions with their directors, Employees, agents and other appointed representatives at all levels. Even the perception of bribery is to be avoided. Please also refer to our Supplier Code of Conduct.

d) This Policy applies to all countries worldwide, without exception and without regard to regional customs, local practices or competitive conditions.

e) No Employee will suffer demotion, penalty or other adverse consequences for refusing to pay or receive bribes or other illicit behaviour, even if such refusal may result in the company losing business or experiencing a delay in business operations.

f) Our Organization recognises the value of integrity in its Employees and Directors. The Organization’s recruitment, training, performance evaluation, remuneration, recognition and promotion for all Employees, shall be designed to recognise integrity.

g) Our Organization does not offer employment to prospective Employees in return for previous favour/in exchange of improper favour.

h) Our Organization awards contracts and employee positions purely based on performance evaluation.