We establish whenever possible direct relationships – without going through intermediaries – with suppliers whom we have selected, assessed and made accountable based on our values of ethics and sustainability. In this way, we ensure a transparent supply chain, which is genuinely traceable.
We pay a fair price.
We agree a purchase price with the farmers by which we guarantee to cover their production costs and a fair profit margin. In this way their income is protected because it is fixed regardless of market fluctuations.
We build relationships.
We build solid, trust-based relationships, signing agreements of at least 3 years that allow farmers to invest and work with peace of mind within the context of a much broader perspective.
Among our raw materials supply partnerships:
Among our packaging supply partnerships:
We develop productivity improvement programmes for farmers, providing them with equipment, know-how and financial support. This increases the efficiency of their work and the resulting income.
Supply chain control and traceability, long-term partnerships with the producers, paying a fair price, and sharing of equipment and know-how together translate into raw materials of the highest quality which guarantee the finest possible product for the consumer.
Subscribed by the Member States, the Sustainable Development Agenda sets 17 Universal Goals to be achieved by 2030 to combat hunger and poverty, combat climate change and promote social and economic development.
With our commitment to customers and suppliers, we contribute to achieving 2 of the 17 aims set.
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For the World Food Day 2020, celebrated every year on October 16th to commemorate the founding of the FAO (United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization), an international group of researchers (China, Israel, USA, and Canada) presented a report based on the data of the Global Burden of Disease Study of 2017, the report on the…
The Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize to the WFP (World Food Programme), headquartered in Rome, “for its efforts to combat hunger and for acting as a driving force to prevent the use of hunger as a weapon of war”. Established in 1961 and UN official programme since 1965, the WFP is…
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