La Doria obtains Social Footprint certification
for its tomato supply chain
Social Footprint is the first certification that assesses the social footprint of a product through the analysis of the organization, people and supply chain. The objective is to engage consumers in more socially conscious purchasing choices and at the same time support Companies in transparent communication to the market.
The assumption is very simple: the consumer must be able to “see” what is behind a product, in terms of the origin of raw materials and the location of the main production processes while also assessing the “human” aspects.
To achieve certification, La Doria mapped all its fresh tomato, packaging and ingredient suppliers, as well as all companies involved in the transport of raw materials. Through a set of indicators, it then calculated its social footprint focusing on aspects related to worker protection and engaging in monitoring of these indicators. Absence of illegal labor practices, respect for fair working conditions, absence of racial and gender discrimination, and fair wages are just some of the aspects that La Doria guarantees and commits to uphold.
Below the Label of the “Social Footprint – Product Social Identity” certification.
SOCIAL FOOTPRINT INFORMATION
DETAILED LEVEL AAA:
Organization: Big Company
Legal Head Office:
- Address: Via Nazionale, 320
- City: Angri
- Province: SA
- Region: Campania
- Country: Italy
Production sites subject to certification:
- Via Nazionale 320 – 84012 Angri (SA)
- Contrada Starzella della Foce snc – 84087 Sarno (SA)
- Via Polcareccia 1/5 – 84084 Fisciano (SA)
- Strada Consorziata snc – 85024 Lavello (PZ) – Eugea Mediterranea S.p.a. plant.
Since 2017 it has been reporting its environmental, social and economic results through the Sustainability Report, a document prepared on the basis of the GRI (Global Reporting Initiative).
Human resources of certified production plants
Data updated to 3/10/2022
- of which permanent: 35%
- of which fixed-term: 65%
- men 66%
- women 34%
Suppliers to the tomato supply chain
Total number of suppliers: 390
- Italy 98.7%
- EU 0,5%
- Extra EU 0,8%
- Monitored suppliers: 90%
Suppliers of packaging, ingredients and transport:
40 of 390 Number
- Italy 87,5%
- EU 5%
- Extra EU 7,5%
Number 350 of 390
- Italy 100%
- EU 0%
- Extra EU 0%