Ethical Quality: Our 5 Pillars

1. Direct relationship with the producers

  • We select suppliers that share our values and respect our standards in terms of quality and social and ethical responsibility. We seek as far as possible to establish direct relationships with them without going
    through any kind of intermediary. This, in our view, is the strongest guarantee of protection.

2. Paying a fair price

  • Paying our raw material growers a fair price means paying them above market rate. We want to guarantee our farmers dignity and to source a product of the finest consistent quality over the long term by paying a fair price.

3. Long term relationship

4. Community support

  • We involve farmers in programmes focused on increasing productivity and quality by providing them with our equipment and know-how. For the producer, this
    means increasing their own efficiency and thus obtaining increased profits derived from their own work.

5. Quality for the consumer

  • 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.

We adhere tothe UN 2030 Agenda

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.

 

Our commitment continues. Learn more

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Excess salt in food: appeal to the food industry

Monday, June 17 - 2019

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A teaspoon to discover added sugar

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Five tips for healthy diets, according to WHO

Tuesday, April 16 - 2019

Having a healthy diet, balanced nutrition and an active lifestyle are all essential for keeping your body healthy. Taking action on flawed nutritional models by teaching consumers to be careful about what they eat, choosing quality foods and balancing nutrients are all important in helping to reduce risk of occurrence of serious diseases such as…

The right-sized portion is at your fingertips

Tuesday, April 16 - 2019

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