“A privilege that rewards the hard work we have invested in sustainability for four generations” commented our CEO, Riccardo Felicetti.
There is also the “pasta factory in the Dolomites” in the list of Italy’s 100 most sustainable companies, published by Forbes on the occasion of its Sustainability Awards.
The selection – based on the companies’ score and ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) rating – seeks to identify and highlight those firms “that have succeeded in integrating environmental, social and economic sustainability within their business strategies, interiorizing its principles through innovation in their organizational and production processes, and monitoring their performance in an active manner”.
«Being included in this list is for us a great privilege – commented Riccardo Felicetti – and at the same time rewards the hard work we have always invested in sustainability and that continues to govern our activities. Among our most recent initiatives is the launch of our new pack, the result of two years’ research, made 100% from natural, pure cellulose paper with PEFC certification, coming from forests that have been responsibly managed.
Also in our short-term agenda there is the ’inauguration of our new production facility at Molina di Fiemme, which will be powered by a cogeneration heat and power plant that can cover all of the production site’s energy needs, making it completely self-sufficient».