How we make an impact

In my opinion, there are two ways to deal with the current ongoing ecological crisis. The first one by creating awareness of man-made climate change and then integrating sustainability into daily life and business processes. And the second by accepting that there will be an increasing number of climate disasters, such as floods, extreme drought and hurricanes. The no-way-back-panic way. The discussion is no longer about when, but about how we deal with the life-threatening consequences of the climate crisis.

At Salud Foodgroup Europe, we work on our sustainability ambitions every day. We are taking serious steps to integrate CSR, or Corporate Social Responsibility, throughout our operations. From supply chain to sales and from research & development to quality: we are always looking for the best ways to implement CSR at the heart of the company.

We critically address key topics, such as purchasing under verified social standards, social equity, improved gender balance, environmental management, responsible sourcing and stakeholder engagement, on an ongoing basis. What is going well and what could be better? How do we approach sustainability? It characterises the relationship between Salud Foodgroup Europe as an organisation and society. In everything we do, we are mindful of the needs of our stakeholders, such as our employees, customers, suppliers and communities.

The CSR strategy we have developed within Salud Foodgroup Europe focuses on the first mentioned approach. Together with initiatives such as SIFAV we have further developed, improved and translated our company's sustainable vision into a concrete approach. An approach with powerful and lasting positive results.

Elise van Wanrooij
Quality & Sustainability Manager

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.