Sustainability

Campari Group operates according to criteria of social responsibility and sustainability in the management of its business activities, consistently with the system of values that has always guided it and that it considers of fundamental importance for company growth.
The Campari Group’s sustainability strategy is based on four key areas:

Our People

4,000

Camparistas globally

€3,7 million

invested in training

90% Camparistas

stating that people are treated fairly regardless of their ethnicity

89% Camparistas

believe that their workplace is physically safe

62 Nationalities*

*Camparistas in US and Canada are not included, since their nationalities cannot be traced for reasons of local regulation

90% Camparistas

that believe in the future of Campari Group

Responsible
Practices

85%

Bottles produced in production sites certified in accordance with the International Standards for Food Safety

Supplier Code

Since 2012 Campari Group requires its suppliers to adhere to the principles that inspire its own activity

100%

ATL communication containing a responsible drinking message

Since 2010

Campari Group adopted a Code on Commercial Communication on a voluntary basis

Promotion

of a responsible serving of alcoholic drinks in all our events

Environment

1,636,878 GJ

energy consumed

13,007,137 m³

water withdrawal

99.54% of waste

is classified as non-hazardous

62% of transport

in Europe is carried out intermodally

153,620 pallets

managed using the PAKi method

Community
Involvement

Over 14,700 visitors

to Galleria Campari in 2019

Campari Art Prize

created in 2017

In 2019 +23%

of Negroni Week participants compared with 2018.

Campari is the main sponsor

of the Venice International Film Festival and promoted the second edition of the Campari Award Passion for Film

Sustainability Report

The Group’s internationalization process, which today sees it present with its own direct distribution network in 21 markets and 21 production sites around the world, has required an ever-increasing commitment also with regard to the management of its social and environmental impacts, in order to ensure a homogeneous approach in all contexts and aligned with its standards. For this reason, Campari Group deemed it necessary to define a structured project dedicated to sustainability, with the aim of spreading the culture of corporate responsibility internally, implementing projects to support people and protect the environment and sharing the results obtained with its stakeholders. The Campari Group’s sustainability path was officially launched in 2011, with the ambition of making sustainability one of the strategic levers for Group growth and for defining corporate policies.

Sustainability report 2019 Non-financial declaration pursuant to Legislative Decree 254/2016

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Sustainability report 2018 - Non-financial declaration pursuant to Legislative Decree 254/2016

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Sustainability report 2017 - Non-financial declaration pursuant to Legislative Decree 254/2016

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