Healthy and sustainable food for all, a responsibility for Emcesa

 

 

 


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Emcesa celebrates Food Day by recalling its commitment to meeting the Sustainable Development Goals in its business strategy

The 16 October is celebrated World Food Daya good opportunity to reflect on the duty of companies to eradicate hunger in the world and the obligation to ensure access to safe, healthy and sustainable food. Values represented in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Agenda 2030

 

So, Emcesa, a company specializing in the development of meat products, looks towards the future with energy and solidity, growing and developing new lines of work, research and innovation by a wide team of specialized and qualified professionals, responsible for successfully meeting the objectives set by the company in line with the SDGs.

To do so, Emcesa collaborates with him for years Food Bank online with the SDG 2 focused on ending hunger in the world. Thanks to this action, the entity can give continuity to its project of free collection and distribution of food of first need among charitable entities dedicated to the assistance and direct care of people in need in the province of Toledo.

But that's not all. Emcesain its deep commitment to the environment, meets the SDG 12 applying good practices at your facilities to favor responsible and sustainable food consumption and productionusing resources in a way that has no destructive effects on the planet.

In addition, and in this sense, the Toledana company is committed to the sustainable packaging of your products using plastic recycled postconsumption PETthe best solution to care for the environment and guarantee the circular economy. Literatura y libros

Recycled plastic rPET is the most sustainable food packaging solution that currently exists. In addition, it is one of the few recycled materials that has authorized a super-cleaning process by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), which makes the container obtained a new material suitable for food contact.

“Today, virtually all packaging used by Emcesa are produced with at least 80% of rPET plastic. However, in Emcesa we are ambitious and want to go further, so by 2023 we intend to put in the market containers with 100% recycled plastic rPET. To this end we will be able to advance the deadline set by the European Strategy for Circular Economy for Plastics, offering our customers more sustainable and eco-friendly products”, explains Javier Mancebo, Managing Director of Emcesa.

Among the dishes Emcesa produces and distributes at the national level using this type of material is the catalogue ‘Almost to Punto’, a series of products whose preparation is to be completed with 10 minutes in the oven, pan or microwave. Thus, you can find codillo, burgers, leg of lamb, grilled chicken roasts, wings and pork ribs, these last three in whole or half format. A line that is sold packed to the vacuum, inside a cardboard container.

In addition, the line ‘Easy Cooking’ includes dishes such as bakery potatoes, roasted peppers, veal to the gardener, ear to salsa, Iberian morcilla pasta with pine nuts, veal rabe to the red wine, codillo to the Galician, grilled vegetables, all of them can be eaten in their own plastic container with a plate shape.

Without a doubt, a clear Emcesa bet for moving towards a more sustainable food thanks to industry mtosafe and healthyAll of it always under the motto The Mtoxima Quality in your table.

Healthy and sustainable food for all, a responsibility for Emcesa

Healthy and sustainable food for all, a responsibility for Emcesa

Emcesa celebrates Food Day by recalling its commitment to meeting the Sustainable Development Goals in its business strategy /COMUNICAE/ /COMUNICAE/

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2023-04-11

 

Healthy and sustainable food for all, a responsibility for Emcesa
Healthy and sustainable food for all, a responsibility for Emcesa

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