Central Lechera Asturiana and the Asturias Club de Guisanderas, two leaders in the region, have reached a collaboration agreement to defend and promote natural Asturias cuisine.
It also continues to work on the eco-design of its packaging to ensure that it is 100% recycle, using fewer resources and/or including more sustainable materials.
Both companies get together to support artisanal and local production with Protected Designation of Origin (D.O.P.), promoting the joint consumption of their products.
CAPSA VIDA and SODECO have signed a collaboration agreement on innovation, entrepreneurship and co-investment for start-ups and micro business projects to promote economic development and environmental clean-up in Asturias mining regions.
According to the Brand Footprint 2021 study, prepared by consulting firm Kantar Worldpanel, Central Lechera Asturiana has become the third most chosen brand in Spain and the leading dairy brand, rising one place compared to the same study in 2020.
Growing for the sixth straight year, the company closes the 2020 with a 750.4-million-euro turnover and a 25.1-million-euro net profit.
The Food Bank will receive from Central Lechera Asturiana 1% of the sales volume in litres of milk. Since the beginning of the pandemics, the Company has donated more than one million of lit...
With this measure, its carbon footprint can be reduced by approximately 20%, using packaging made from fossil-based plastic.
‘Look, smell, taste’ is a badge created by Too Good To Go that is included on packaging to remind consumers to use their senses on products with best-before dates to avoid waste.