Food|Furniture & home accessories|Paper & office supplies|Toys|Clothes & accessories|Beauty products |Sanitary products|Cleaning products|Tourism
Grains, cereals|Dairy products|Fruits, vegetables|Preserved products|Nuts, dry fruits|Pulses|Meat substitutes|Dairy substitutes|Beverages|Oils, vinegars|Prepared meals|Condiments|Sugar, honey|Coffee, tea|Bread|Sweets|Alcohols|Other
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General score:
3 / 7
Social responsibility
3.5 / 7
Score table
0.5 / 2
Processing methods
0.5 / 2
Environmental management
1 / 1
0.5 / 1
Carbon footprint
0.5 / 1
Labour standards
2.5 / 4
Social economy
0.5 / 2
0.5 / 1
Krakus is a Polish producer of preserves, concentrates and other additives, such as: horseradish and beetroot. For example, horseradish contains sugar and preservatives such as sodium metabisulfite. Żurek Krakus contains aromas and acidity regulators. Borscht concentrate is sweetened with sugar, glucose and glucose-fructose syrup. On the other hand, beetroot with horseradish does not contain any unnecessary ingredients. Krakus products are sold in glass jars. Krakus is part of the Maspex group. Maspex has 16 production facilities in Poland and abroad, where it has implemented the IFS quality management system. The company's website states that Maspex buys more than 300,000 tons of fruits and vegetables and 130,000 tons of grains from suppliers every year, while there is no detailed information on where exactly the raw materials come from and what part of them is grown according to organic farming guidelines. Maspex says it buys about 50% of the raw materials available in Poland from farms located within a 150-kilometer radius of the company's facilities. Maspex is taking steps to reduce its carbon footprint, including: reducing energy consumption by 15% through modern technological processes, gradually increasing the share of RES in the energy balance through the construction of photovoltaic farms, reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 25% through the integration of plants with warehouses, and reducing the weight of plastic packaging by 30%. Maspex is also reducing water consumption and building its own wastewater treatment plants, thus reclaiming water. Maspex declares that by 2025 all packaging introduced by the company will be recyclable, while plastic packaging for beverages will be made from 25% recycled plastic (rPET). Maspex says in its strategy that it cares about the development of its employees, providing them with access to training and private medical care. Maspex is involved in educational campaigns and programs aimed at developing proper eating habits and not wasting food.
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