FrieslandCampina Vietnam, which possesses famous brand names Dutch Lady, Friso, Yomost, and Fristi has won a titled “Sustainable Business” in 2022, standing in the top 10 enterprises in Vietnam with this accolade.
FrieslandCampina Vietnam (FCV) was extolled in the manufacturing sector at the award ceremony of the Programme on Benchmarking and Announcing Sustainable Companies in 2022 that was launched in May 2022 by the Vietnam Business Council for Sustainable Development under the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry in coordination with the Ministry of Labour, Invalids, and Social Affairs, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, and the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour.
To be awarded, participating enterprises like FCV have had to meet all stringent standards on sustainable development in the economic, environmental, and social sectors.
This is the second time in a row that FVC is named in the list of top 10 businesses with sustainable development. This continues demonstrating the company’s ceaseless efforts and strong commitment to sustainable development in Vietnam over the past nearly 30 years.
|Richard Kiger, managing director of FrieslandCampina Vietnam (middle) at the announcement ceremony of “Vietnamese Sustainable Businesses Vietnam 2022 |
|This is the second time in a row that FVC is named in the list of top 10 businesses with sustainable development |
With “Nourishing” as its mission, FCV always aims to bring better nutrition to consumers, meeting all their nutritional needs. But at the same time, for the company, nurturing means more than that. It also reflects caring, which includes the duty of caring for the planet and preserving it for future generations.
Since the company’s presence in Vietnam, millions of units of FrieslandCampina’s products are consumed every day. This is a testament to the love and trust of consumers with the same Dutch standard milk quality around the world.
Not stopping there, in order to meet the constantly changing nutritional needs of consumers, FCV always focuses on researching and coming up with new and improved formulas to help young generations have a healthy body for a healthy life.
|Dutch Lady constantly strives to provide high-quality, nutritious dairy products for the younger generation to have a stronger start in their life |
In addition, through the long-term strategic cooperation programme between the Dutch Lady brand and the Ministry of Education and Training, 1.5 million primary school students will benefit from physical nutrition education and development within five years (2020-2025).
In addition, FCV is proud to be the first to build the Dairy Development Programme (DDP) for nearly three decades of development in Vietnam, in which the highlight is the annual training programme for farmers in the Netherlands and Vietnam, with technical support, training, technology transfer and experience sharing provided for Vietnamese farmers.
As a result, the DDP has attracted more than 8,500 farmer households with 12,000 trained each year. Therefrom, consumers can buy high-quality milk from local sources, and the lives of Vietnamese farmers are also improved.
|With the Dairy Development Programme deployed nationwide, FrieslandCampina Vietnam has helped farmers to produce high-quality milk a sustainable manner under to Dutch standards. |
In 2022, FCV has officially launched its Sustainability Strategy of “Nourishing a better planet”, in which sustainable development is considered the lodestar in all of its business and production activities.
In order to materialise all set targets, FCV has devised four key pillars for its action programme in Vietnam, including “Better nutrition”, “Better packaging”, “Better planet”, and “Better livelihood for the Vietnamese”.
These four focuses continue to be the guideline for FCV’s production and business activities, performance of sustainable development and social responsibility in order to create positive impacts for consumers and the society, contributing to building a greener planet for all.
|Dutch Lady is a pioneer in improving and innovating packaging products made from sugar cane, helping to reduce 10 per cent CO2 emissions and creating initiatives towards nurturing the green planet. |
“At FCV, nourishing people and planet (providing high quality nutrition in balance with a sustainable planet) has to be an integral part of everything we do. We are putting it at the heart of our strategy, making it a driving force to grow our business so that we can grow sustainably. This also means we put it at the heart of how we engage others, how we partner moving together to secure a better future for Vietnam and for our planet,” Kiger said.
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