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Integral sustainability member of the food industry

Today it is an indispensable requirement for all sectors of comprehensive sustainability. For this reason, the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPA) has developed and implemented within the food industry, an improvement system that covers many aspects: economic, environmental and social.

Vicente Gandia has joined voluntarily. Within the framework of these actions: INTEGRAL SUSTAINABILITY MEMBER OF THE FOOD INDUSTRY

  1. Supply chain

Commitment to extend the sustainability criteria of the supply chain, taking into account principles such as good commercial practices, labour rights, efficient distribution, etc.

  1. Local economy, agents of interest and consumers

Commitment to contribute to the local economy and proactive communication with stakeholders and consumers.

  1. Workers

Commitment to improve the consideration of workers, in particular, through actions related to their active participation, training, working conditions, etc.

  1. Environmental footprint management

Commitment to be aware of the environmental impact of activities and products in terms of greenhouse gas and water emissions, in order to establish reductions in the framework of their management.

  1. Energy management

Commitment to establish energy efficiency measures in production processes, renewable energies and the use of alternative energy sources.

  1. Ethical behaviour

Commitment to establish practices for the best ethical business conduct, including codes of good practice.

  1. Agriculture and sustainable livestock. Biodiversity

Commitment to improve the supply of food raw materials that favor the conservation of natural resources and the environment and the maintenance of biodiversity, especially at the national level.

  1. Ecodesign

Commitment to introduce the environmental criteria in the design of the products and their packaging in order to minimize their impact on nature.

  1. Waste

Commitment to reduce the amount of waste generated, including food waste, and the application of recovery measures.

  1. Research, Innovation and Development

Commitment to introduce new technologies and innovative products in a way that is compatible with a more sustainable economy.

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