Business model

GRI 302-1 GRI 303-1 GRI 305-1 GRI 305-2 

 

INPUT

Financial capital

Working capital
Funding
Capital from investors

Industrial capital

Ports
Roads
Infrastructure for public utilities
Points of sale

Human capital

Proficient people

Intellectual capital

Patents
Knowledge (associations, protocols and standards)

Natural Capital

Energy
Water
Commodities

Social capital

Communities
Customers
Consumers
Suppliers

VALUE CHAIN

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61
Supplier development projects

196
Farms and plantations

COP 33.56 billion
Social investment in suppliers

STRATEGIC SUSTAINABILITY PRIORITIES

GRI 102-6 GRI 102-9 GRI 102-15

STRATEGIC SUSTAINABILITY PRIORITIES

Promoting a healthy lifestyle

Work on promoting healthy lifestyles, producing nutritious and safe food, and ensuring an adequate communication that builds trust and allows to make conscious and informed decisions. Additionally, Grupo Nutresa promotes initiatives focused on the mitigation of hunger, creating possibilities of nutrition and healthy lifestyles.

RESULTADOS

3.216 Referencias que cumplen con el perfil nutricional Nutresa.

3.216 Referencias que cumplen con el perfil nutricional Nutresa.

3.216 product items fulfill the Nutresa nutritional profile.

23,3% Venta de productos con incremento en componentes nutricionales

23,3% Venta de productos con incremento en componentes nutricionales

23,3% Sales of innovative products with increased nutritional components.

0,9% Productos reducidos en componentes críticos

0,9% Productos reducidos en componentes críticos

0,9% Products with reduced critical components.

STRATEGIC SUSTAINABILITY PRIORITIES

Managing the value chain responsibly

Comprehensive development of its employees to improve their productivity and quality of life, incorporating social and environmental variables in the sourcing chain and strengthening the distribution network with sales channels that enable an adequate offer of its products in the market.de sus productos en el mercado.

RESULTS

3.216 Clientes beneficiados por programas de desarrollo de capacidades

3.216 Clientes beneficiados por programas de desarrollo de capacidades

401.588 Customers benefited from capability-development programs

44,6 kg/Hmod Productividad

44,6 kg/Hmod Productividad

44,6 kg/Hmod Productivity

83,0% Clima laboral

83,0% Clima laboral

83,0% Organizational climate

STRATEGIC SUSTAINABILITY PRIORITIES

Building a better society

Enhancement of the capabilities of the communities with which the Organization interacts in order to promote their growth and development. Additionally, the Organization fosters the respect for Human Rights among its stakeholders.

RESULTS

2.062 Pequeños agricultores capacitados en asuntos socioempresariales

2.062 Pequeños agricultores capacitados en asuntos socioempresariales

2.062 Small farmers have received training in socio-entrepreneurial matters.

945 Proyectos de desarrollo de capacidades 2013-2018

945 Proyectos de desarrollo de capacidades 2013-2018

945 Capability-development projects (2013-2019).

STRATEGIC SUSTAINABILITY PRIORITIES

Reducing the environmental impact of the operations and products

Management of the eco-efficiency in the supply chain and decrease in the environmental impact of the products throughout their life cycle by means of an adequate water management and the reduction in emissions, energy consumption and packaging materials.

RESULTS

-22,7% Reducción del consumo de energía termica y eléctrica de la red*

-22,7% Reducción del consumo de energía termica y eléctrica de la red*

-22,7% reduction in the consumption of thermal energy and electric power from the grid*

0,9% Productos reducidos en componentes críticos

0,9% Productos reducidos en componentes críticos

-31,4% Water consumption reduction*

-46,2% Reducción de emisiones de GEI*

-46,2% Reducción de emisiones de GEI*

-46,2% Greenhouse gas emission reduction*

0,9% Productos reducidos en componentes críticos

0,9% Productos reducidos en componentes críticos

* Reductions based on the 2010 baseline.

STRATEGIC SUSTAINABILITY PRIORITIES

Acting with integrity

Leadership based on ethics and good conduct, on the design and implementation of clear procedures for identifying and addressing risks, and on a continuous work on the assurance of the compliance with the regulations and standards that govern Grupo Nutresa’s operation.

RESULTS

Noveno año consecutivo en el Dow Jones Sustainability World Index

Noveno año consecutivo en el Dow Jones Sustainability World Index

Ninth consecutive year included in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index.

Séptimo año consecutivo del reconocimiento Investor Relations -IR- de la Bolsa de Valores
de Colombia.

Séptimo año consecutivo del reconocimiento Investor Relations -IR- de la Bolsa de Valores
de Colombia.

Seventh consecutive year being awarded the Investor Relations “IR” acknowledgment by the Colombian Stock Exchange.de Colombia.

STRATEGIC SUSTAINABILITY PRIORITIES

Fostering profitable growth
and effective innovation

Design and creation of a differentiated offer of products, brands and experiences in its multiple market segments, based on an innovative culture in terms of processes, products and business models.

RESULTS

COP 9.959 miles de millones Ventas totales

COP 9.959 miles de millones Ventas totales

COP 9,96 trillion Total sales

COP 1.347 miles de millones ebitda

COP 1.347 miles de millones ebitda

COP 1,35 trillion EBITDA

55,4% Participación de mercado en Colombia

55,4% Participación de mercado en Colombia

55,4% Market share in Colombia

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OUTPUT

1

Tons produced*

1

million m3
Water consumption*

1

GWh
energy consumption*

1

tons
of CO2eq

GHG emissions*

  • Meat products
  • Vegetable protein
  • Vegetable products
  • Milk modifiers
  • Hot chocolate products
  • Chocolate confectionery products
  • Nuts
  • Coated cookies
  • Cereal bars
  • Sweet and savory biscuits
  • Baked snacks
  • Regular and waterbased ice cream products
  • Fruit-based beverages
  • Jelly products Infusions (herbal tea products)
  • Sports drinks
  • Coffee
  • Instant mix products
  • Classic and stuffed pasta products
  • Flavored pasta products and specialties
  • Pasta with sauce or instant pasta products
  • Instant mix products
  • Juices and nectars
  • Soups, cream-style soups and broths
  • Potato chips
  • Prepared products of vegetable origin
  • Soft capsules and gums

*Data from Colombia, Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru, Chile, the Dominican Republic and Panama.

1

GWh
Energy consumption in distribution operations**

1

tons of CO2eq.**
GHG emissions from distribution operations **

  • Storage
  • Distribution
  • Sales

** Includes the distribution performed by both the Organization itself and third parties.

1

Main courses sold***

1

thousand m3
Water consumption***

1

GWh
Energy consumption***

1

tons of CO2eq
GHG emissions***

*** Data from Colombia

  •  Burger bars
  • Pizzerias
  • Coffee shops
  • Steakhouses
  • Ice cream shops
  • Experience shops
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