At Grupo Herdez, we are committed to the social and environmental needs of the places where we operate, and we seek for our programs and projects to be increasingly aimed towards a sustainability vision.

Since 2012, we have been committed to the corporate responsibility initiative of the United Nations Global Compact and its principles. Our strategy is aligned with 6 Sustainable Development Goals, in order to contribute positively to the commitments of the 2030 Agenda, proposed by the ONU.

Our pillars

We are very proud to have a renewed and transformed Sustainability Strategy to add to the United Nations 2030 Agenda, adopting 6 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) grouped into three pillars: People, Community and Planet.

With this strategy, we seek to strengthen the purpose of our company and brands, by working for the rights of everyone, the development of communities and betting on a more sustainable world.

2020 Results

We invest 2.8% of the consolidated net income in social programs

Our total emissions
were reduced
by 14%

We recycle 83% of the waste that we generate in our operations

We reduced 18% the consumption of non renewable energies

63% of our energy consumption comes from clean sources

We launched the
project "Science Based Targets"



For the purpose of maximizing value creation for our reports, and the incorporation of the findings of our sustainability strategy, we present our Materiality Analysis.

We identify the key and relevant issues for Grupo Herdez on social, environmental, and governance matters, based on the expectations and concerns of our main stakeholders:

  • Shareholders
  • Customers
  • Consumers
  • Collaborators
  • Suppliers

Critical Topics:

  1. Health, safety, and wellbeing of the consumer
  2. Reputation and confidence in our brands
  3. Innovation (products and processes)
  4. Sustainable canning and packaging; reuse and recycling

Strategic Topics

  1. Profitable market growth; financial sustainability
  2. Water management
  3. Efficient energy use
  4. Ethics and anti-corruption practices
  5. Workplace health, safety, and well-being
  6. Working conditions and relationships
  7. Quality assurance in the supply chain
  8. Transparency in the labeling and information on products
  9. Training and career development
  10. Legal compliance
  11. Consumer experience

Update date: October 2019


Last update: February 2021



Last update: July 2021

Forests: C

Water: B-

Climate change: C

Last update: December 2020


Last update: November 2020