The Barilla Group has released its new Sustainability Report.
Highlights include Barilla’s answer to the complex scenario set by the international community and challenges related to the sustainability of the food and agricultural industry.
The report provides a representation of the strategies, projects and outcomes achieved by Barilla Group, with a view to creating long-term value for the Company and looking after the expectations of its stakeholders.
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The Barilla Group has released its 2017 Sustainability Report.
Highlights include Barilla actions to contribute to people’s and communities’ wellbeing and adapt to climate changes and planetary boundaries through collaborative efforts with many stakeholders. It’s a concrete report about Barilla purpose “Good for You, Good for the Planet”.
Right from the start, the Italian food company Barilla has combined the achievement of economic goals with social commitments to the areas in which it operates. Knowledge of social and economic contexts together with integrity, transparency and innovation, enabled the founders to identify their own entrepreneurial style, and hand it down from generation to generation.
In Barilla the words “sustainability” calls for a unique and distinctive way of doing business: “Good for you, Good for the Planet”.
The report is articulated into three main histories, telling the reader how the company works in a sustainable way every day.
(3BL Media) July 16, 2012 - Barilla Group, the Italian Food Company since 1877, has released its new Sustainable Business Report 2012, downloadable here. The new Report is articulated into three main histories, telling the reader how Barilla works in a sustainable way every day. The first history analyzes the supply chain of the Group: from field to fork. The second one reports on the Barilla Quality concept: Total Quality is Sustainable Quality.