Solina’s Sustainability Mission
Solina’s sustainability strategy grew out of a bottom-up assessment of activities across our collection of entrepreneurial businesses. The assessment revealed a lot of small initiatives but a lack of the structure and pace needed to make a real difference, leading to work on a company-wide strategy and a set of concrete actions.
The new Solina recognises that sustainability is business critical for all our partners in the food value chain. Sustainability is now at the heart of our business model and is behind commitments towards our 5 P’s; people, planet, partners, performance and products & solutions.
Our sustainability mission is to make food matter with our PARTNERS to conceive innovative PRODUCTS and solutions and therefore to deliver PERFORMANCE towards an entire industry while fostering PEOPLE’s wellbeing and nurturing our PLANET’s resources.
We have reset the purpose of the company, which is now: “We make food matter for people and the planet to be the leading partner constantly rethinking culinary food solutions and product”.
Anthony Francheterre, CEO
Products & Solutions
Pioneering with tasty, healthier, and sustainable food solutions which benefit people and the planet, at an affordable price for final consumer.
Establishing long-term and honest relationships within our ecosystem (customers, suppliers, and other actors) to address sustainable challenges in our value chain, provide unrivalled customer services embodying our societal, social and environmental values and contribute to the reshaping of food systems.
Investing in people to make Solina a safe, inclusive, ethical and attractive work environment, enriching our pride of being part of Solina, as well as in our end consumers and communities to improve their wellbeing.
Reducing the environmental footprint of our entire value chain, from raw material inbound supply through our own operations and to the end consumer, contributing to a food system respectful of natural resources and their limited availability.
Pursuing our historical organic growth by further developing our customer-centric product strategies in food markets, all the while reconciling this profitable performance with our societal and environmental considerations.