FOR PEOPLE, THE ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABLE GOVERNANCE
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With the sustainability strategy, we assume responsibility along the entire value chain. Regarding climate, that means we are looking for ways to eliminate all greenhouse gas emissions from raw material production all the way to disposal by 2050.
As part of its corporate strategy, Valora is committed to a sustainable corporate policy which takes account of environmental, social and good governance criteria in accordance with ESG (environment, social, governance) standards.
As a responsible company, stakeholders expect Valora to contribute to sustainable development and to limiting global warming to 1.5 °C.
Valora therefore pursues a comprehensive approach to sustainability based on the three action areas of People, Planet and Products and is careful with its resources. The priority is fair employment conditions for all employees in the network. Valora wants to offer good opportunities and to become an attractive place to work for everyone. Valora is also setting out to become climate-neutral by 2050. To this end, Valora is implementing measures to avoid food waste, reduce energy consumption and protect the climate. Finally, Valora aspires to offer environmentally friendly, fair products and healthy alternatives while also paying attention to the issue of sustainable packaging.
A company is not only judged by its business performance. Stakeholders such as employees, customers, shareholders, investors, suppliers and the public also want to know how and according to which principles the company operates. Sustainable and responsible corporate governance – the “G” for governance within the ESG standards – is therefore fundamental to Valora.
«Good governance»inspires us to follow the right values and principles in our day-to-day activities and to take responsibility for our decisions. It goes beyond mere adherence to laws and regulations and is oriented towards high standards of ethical conduct and human integrity. The interests of the company and its stakeholders are thus reconciled in a fair and just manner. Clear processes within the company and the internal regulatory framework help us to implement good governance.