Chocolat Frey’s sustainability strategy is not a one-day wonder, but a long-term, targeted project firmly embedded in the company. The company is steadily and consistently following a path charted by the defined goals with specified reference years and the common time horizon of 2020. Chocolat Frey has already recorded some successes thanks to its unwavering commitment. It is worth taking a look at the clear roadmap or the following overview of target areas, including goals, for a better understanding of Frey’s commitment to sustainability.
When procuring raw materials, Chocolat Frey depends on labels which include ecological and socio-economic requirements. By procuring certified raw materials the company is ensuring transparency and traceability throughout its supply chain
Chocolat Frey is committed to efficient use of transport and takes into consideration environmentally friendly transport options.
Chocolat Frey is committed to efficient use of energy. The aim is to continuously reduce specific energy consumption. The company is making a contribution to climate protection through sparing use of fossil fuels. Ever since 1985, Chocolat Frey has been using district heating from the nearby refuse incineration plant.
Chocolat Frey wants to avoid waste and return unavoidable waste as far as possible to the materials cycle
Chocolat Frey develops environmentally friendly packaging solutions for its customers. The manufacture and disposal of all packaging should contaminate the environment as little as possible and be recyclable.
All the workforce at Chocolat Frey AG enjoy attractive employment and working conditions thanks to Migros’ collective labour agreement and progressive health management.
Employees at all levels enjoy flexible working time models which can be adapted to suit their personal circumstances. Chocolat Frey also operates a medical and health service and offers massages on reasonable terms.