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Bonduelle specialises in the production of canned, frozen, fresh-cut and processed vegetables. Founded in France in 1853, the company is owned by the Bonduelle family and has been passed on for seven generations. The company’s products are grown by 3,000 farmers on 120,000 hectares of land globally. With over 50 industrial production sites, Bonduelle’s main consumer markets include Europe, North America and Asia, with approximately 46% of revenue generated in Europe. Bonduelle has been expanding its presence on the American continent, its latest acquisition being of US-based salads processor Ready Pac Foods in 2017.

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Governance and strategy

#1 5.8 /10 #56


#1 11.3 /30 #62


#1 6.3 /30 #82

Social inclusion

#1 7.4 /30 #119
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Agricultural products and commodities #25
Food and beverage manufacturers/processors #56

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Bonduelle is active in the agricultural products and commodities and food and beverage manufacturers/processors segments. The company performs strongly when compared to its peers in both segments. Notably, it outperforms all its peers on soil health and optimal use of pesticides and fertilisers, demonstrating leadership in these aspects in the agricultural commodities sector. However, there is room to strengthen its position in environment in both segments by defining a time-bound target for water consumption reduction and enhancing its reporting on greenhouses gases (GHG) emissions. In nutrition, Bonduelle performs better than many of its peers in terms of transparent labelling and availability of healthy foods. However, it can strengthen its disclosure on these topics, thus aligning with the best practices. Finally, Bonduelle falls behind its peers in the social inclusion measurement area, representing a clear opportunity for improvement.

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Villeneuve-d'Ascq, France
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