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Horti Footprint Circle

To further expand and monitor our sustainability objectives, we proudly joined the Horti Footprint Circle last year. This initiative aims to collaboratively reduce the CO2 share across every part of the horticultural supply chain. By being part of this forward-thinking group, we commit to mapping the entire lifecycle of our products, from seed to dried concept. This comprehensive mapping process allows us to identify and address areas where we can minimize our carbon footprint.

With the insights gained from this detailed analysis, we are better equipped to advise our customers on sustainable practices and implement strategies for continuous improvement. Our goal is not only to reduce our own CO2 emissions but also to lead by example, encouraging our partners and customers to adopt more environmentally friendly practices.


We are thrilled to announce that we recently received our participation certificate from the Horti Footprint Circle. This certificate is a testament to our ongoing dedication to sustainability and will be proudly displayed in our showroom. It serves as a constant reminder of our commitment to reducing our environmental impact and inspiring others to do the same.

Our involvement in the Horti Footprint Circle is just one part of our broader commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR). We believe that sustainable business practices are essential for the future of our planet, and we are dedicated to making a positive difference.

If you are interested in learning more about our sustainability efforts and the steps we are taking to achieve our goals, we invite you to download our CSR leaflet. This document provides detailed information on our initiatives, achievements, and future plans. Together, we can create a greener, more sustainable future. Download our CSR leaflet to learn more about our commitment to sustainability and how we are working to make a positive impact on the environment.

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