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As operators in the food farming industry, we are increasingly aware that our natural heritage must be passed down and safeguarded. This is our duty if we want to offer our customers quality controlled products that are safe and genuine, fruit of quality strategies that also safeguard the environment.

Caring about our raw materials and the environment is an essential criterion we apply to each phase of our production process: from the selection of production areas and breeding methods, with a preference for organic products, to the processing of meats in our plant with its avant-garde approach to hygiene and environmental issues, and to innovative low impact packaging systems, guaranteeing the high quality and freshness of our products when they reach the consumers.

Our production plant of Gussago in Brescia province has been designed with numerous solutions for reducing environmental impact and energy consumption: a photovoltaic system, the creation of a crawl space, floor insulation connected with the dividing walls of the structure and external cladding, a modular central refrigeration unit, heat recovery and water recycling systems.

To reduce energy consumption, we have adopted LED light bulbs and smart automation systems for regulating office lighting and air-conditioning.

The production process is largely powered by a system of photovoltaic panels of around 300 KWp. This source enables us to avoid atmospheric emissions in the range of 140,000 kg each year.

Building materials and technologies have been chosen on the grounds of environmental impact reduction, entailing the use of (recyclable) metal carpentry elements and recycled plastic spheres to lighten the horizontal structure: this has allowed for the amount of concrete to be reduced by about 35%, which corresponds to roughly 240,000 kg less CO2 emitted in the atmosphere (the equivalent of 120 automobiles each year!)

Water, together with the water cycle and the management of water resources, was a central issue when the meat processing plant was built. Whenever possible, recycled water is used (for toilet flushing, irrigation, cooling towers, water tanks for fire prevention systems…) and special distribution plants and systems have been built; about 4,000 m3/year of rainwater is also recovered.

Systems are fitted with meters to monitor the consumption of water, electricity and heating and to collect historical data with the aim of further optimizing consumption.