At the core of our business strategy: The global challenge
Feeding 9 billion people with more nutritious food and using less resources, while bringing better benefits to farmers and rural communities, is the biggest challenge that the agricultural sector needs to meet by 2050.
Major transformations and new approaches are required by the system’s stakeholders to support the agricultural sector and be able to respond to the challenge.
The United Nations have defined an agenda for sustainable development by 2030. This agenda defines 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) that aim to create balance between the social, environmental, and economic dimensions of development. In addition to that, the SDG’s aim to promote peace and foster collaboration between countries and stakeholders to ensure the realization of the 2030 agenda.
Our sustainability journey until 2021
As a family-owned business part of the food sector, we recognize our responsibility towards future generations and food security, from farm to fork.
Throughout our 20+ years of experience, we have strived for procuring and distributing high quality and food safe spices, herbs and dehydrated vegetables from origin.
Environmental and social compliance have been essential benchmarks of our business model, but since 2017 we have taken an active approach towards sustainability. By working together on the upper supply chain, we have made significant progress on matters such as: social responsibility, environmental control, and quality assurance.
We work with responsible suppliers and highly qualified processors whom we encourage to work on good agricultural practices, working conditions, environment, and fair business practices. Our partners commit to these principles through our Supplier Code of Conduct and quality policies.