Climate change disrupts ecosystems and causes a decline in biodiversity. Without sufficient biodiversity, ecosystems cannot function properly. And without biodiversity, life on earth is not possible. A sustainable future requires a healthy planet.

'From farmer to fork' strategy
All EU countries have committed to be climate neutral by 2050. The strategy by which the EU intends to achieve this goal is the European Green Deal. The 'from farm to fork' strategy is an initiative of the European Commission within this Green Deal. This strategy aims to produce healthier food, ensure food security and a fair income for farmers, and reduce the carbon footprint. Sustainable and healthy food production is necessary to achieve the objectives of the European Green Deal.

The European Biodiversity Strategy (EBS) is a key pillar of the European Green Deal. Salud Foodgroup Europe contributes to this, among other ways, through the Bee-odiversity project.


In the coming years, we want to be even more involved and work with our producers and sustainable initiatives such as SIFAV and Earthworm Foundation to make our supply chain more regenerative, resilient and sustainable.

Our commitments

Our activities affect people, society and the environment. For this, we accept our social and societal responsibility. An ecologically sustainable approach is always our starting point. Through our activities, we want to contribute to the welfare of local communities in Mexico and Peru and make a positive social and environmental impact on the world of today and tomorrow.