Transparency & trust

Through transparency and collaboration, we work to build trust at every step of the feed-to-food chain

Ensuring transparency and trust

Today’s complex supply chain presents challenges and risks around sustainability, quality and food safety. We take a leading role in driving collaboration across the supply chain and strive to be as transparent as possible, to build trust with employees, suppliers, customers and other partners.

Ethics & compliance

At Nutreco, everything we do is driven by our values. We strive to always treat others with care, integrity and openness and are committed to operating in an ethical way and in compliance with the law. Our Code of Conduct for employees describes what our company stands for, how we do business and how we should behave towards each other.

We also have a Code of Conduct for business partners – it helps bring transparency to our supplier relationships and ensure that the ingredients we use meet our sustainability standards for sourcing.  

 

Health, safety & environment

At Nutreco, people come first - so we do not compromise on safety or health. We promote a working environment of trust and mutual collaboration.

We believe that zero harm is possible when everyone demonstrates a caring attitude towards their colleagues, contractors and visitors, while strictly following our health and safety procedures and instructions.

Quality management programme Nutrace

As an animal and aqua nutrition company, we play a crucial role in securing trust across the links of the food chain, from raw materials to the supermarket aisle.

Our approach to food safety and sustainability is based on Nutrace, the common quality management programme we share across Skretting and Trouw Nutrition. 

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