Consorzio Casalasco del pomodoro: the first food company to achieve the social footprint certification.
Thanks to this project, we can share with you the information on our tomato social impacts along the whole supply chain, from the field to the table, as we believe that guaranteeing the rights of people working for and with us is essential. Health, respect, legality, enduring relationships: here are our ingredients for a product being good from any point of view.
Social Footprint is the first certification assessing the social footprint of the product all along the supply chain and allowing the consumer to choose with more and more awareness, also considering “human aspects”.
Here you can consult the detailed Label of “Social Footprint - Product Social Identity” certification
Social Footprint information - detailed level AAA
Social certifications already obtained
The Company obtained the SFP Certification in April 2016. It supports the principles of the Global Compact, is registered with the Sedex Platform and undergoes monitoring on social responsability such as SMETA audits and other ethical standard from customers.
Total number of workers: 1494
of which employed with open-ended contract: 325 – Italy 95,7%, UE 0,6%, extra UE 3,7%.
of which employed with closed contracts (temporary + seasonal workers + office employees): 1169 – Italy 76%, UE 3%, extra UE 21%.
Number of workers for age range:
below 18 years old (*): 0%
18-29 years old: 40%
30-39 years old: 17%
40-50 years old: 24%
over 50 years old: 19%
* The Company repudiates child labor and is committed in the abolition of child and minor labor along the whole supply chain.
Citizenship of workers:
Extra UE: 16%
Activity of workers:
Manual processing activity (*): 17%
Auxiliary activity to automated or mechanic process: 74%
Office activity: 9%
* activity of quality selection of tomato in line. Non automatable.
Injuries and occupational diseases:
minor injuries (< 40d): 32
serious injuries (> 40d): 16
In year 2016 no occupational diseases were reported.
Number of initiatives of conciliation between family and working life: ongoing activities
Gender of workers:
employed with open-ended contract: 66% men- 34% women
employed with closed contracts (temporary workers): 61% men- 39% women
employed with closed contracts (seasonal workers): 52% men- 48% women
workers with closed contracts (office employees): 20% men- 80% women
Average age of workers: 36 years
employed with open-ended contract: 44 years
employed with closed contracts (temporary workers): 39 years
employed with closed contracts (seasonal workers): 30 years
workers with closed contracts (office employees): 30 years
Number of workers for educational status range:
elementary or middle school degree 36%
high school degree 50%
University or vocational degrees 10%
≤ 2 years: 53%
> 2 ≤10 years: 31%
>10 ≤ 20 years: 12%
>20 years: 4%
Average annual working hours for open-ended contract worker: 1720,09
Average annual working hours for closed-contract worker (temporary and seasonal): 527,93
Permanent workers on total workers: 22%
Number of training hours on Health&Safety for worker: 6,10
Production: 06-14 / 14-22 / 22-06
Offices: 8-12 / 14-18
Total number of suppliers: 701
Extra UE 0%
Monitored suppliers: 57,6%
Suppliers with turnover mainly deriving from Company
Suppliers of production processes:
Number 4 of 40
Number of workers: 147
Gender of workers
Number 127 di 625
Extra UE 0%