Nature and Mankind: our Principles

Don’t judge each day
by the harvest you reap
but by the seeds that you plant.

Robert Louis Stevenson

Our principles

Respect for Nature

For us, respect for nature is one of the values to which we most attention, when this happens, not only as a method of work as well as training of the person, we are certain to have contributed to a healthier world.


Organic Production

It is a consequence of our company philosophy we believe in, says an Indian proverb, “The Earth we have not inherited from our parents, but borrowed from our children”, and we feel responsible.


Skilled labourforce

This is already an achievement.


Traceability and short supply chain

Are the cornerstones that we adopt with our employees. Several companies that produce products for us, are in areas adjacent to our company, we chose this philosophy to have in our product basket at 0 km, or short chain, in most cases the withdrawal from these companies can with our midst , planning retreats more unifying them on dedicated days. In this way, as well as having a direct relationship with our employees, and save the environment, we can rediscover our territory and contribute to the enhancement of local products.



It is crucial with all those figures that have to do with us, from suppliers to employees, with clients in determining the final price of products, production and traceability in our supply chain.


Ethical Principles

The health in our being, legality and consistency in upholding the principles in the tax practices, in the production and marketing of products, respect and well-being of the person placing it as a central point of the company.

Responsibility in the social economy and in land management, and to consumers.

Safety of products and suppliers with focus on “relational value”.


Economy of Communion

edcEconomy of Communion is a new way of understanding the economy that combines the needs of efficiency and profitability, with the goal of making a meeting place in economic, investment, growth between all involved. It is a project launched by Chiara Lubich, founder of the Focolari Movement, in 1991 in Brazil to help bridge the gap between rich and poor which involves companies from five continents.

Entrepreneurs with their businesses freely participating in the project, they decide to put in communion the company’s profits according to three goals and with equal care:

  • helping people in difficulty, creating new jobs and meeting the basic needs, beginning with those who share the spirit of the project;
  • spread the “culture of giving” (and love) without which it is possible to realize an Economy of Communion;
  • develop the company, which must remain effective even if open to the gift.


Where is the news?

The EdC arises from a spirituality of communion, lived in civilian life;

  • combines efficiency and solidarity;
  • relying on the power of the culture of giving to change the behavior of the economy;
  • does not consider the poor mainly as a problem, but as a valuable resource.

To learn more, go to the site and… bon voyage in the economy of tomorrow!



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