Social Identity

The social identity of our Parmigiano Reggiano PDO agri-food chain.

We are very excited to share with you informations relating to the social impacts of our Parmigiano Reggiano DOP along the entire supply chain: from the farm to the finished product, because guaranteeing the rights of those who work for us and with us is as fundamental as the quality of our cheese. Transparency, health, respect and long-term employment: these are our ingredients for a healthy product from every point of view.

Thanks to our social identity it's possible for the consumer to make more informed choices, taking into account also the “human” aspects of a company in order to produce any food or non-food product.

Below we present our detailed “Social Identity”:

 

Organization: medium-size enterprise

 

Registered office:

Address: Via Corletto sud, 320

City: Modena

Region: Emilia Romagna

Country: Italy

 

Contacts:

e-mail: [email protected]

Telephone number: +39 059 510 660

website: www.hombre.it

 

Certifications already obtained by the Organization:

Reg. CE 834/07 and CE 889/08 – Organic Production

UNI EN ISO 22005/2008 – Traceability of the agri-food chain

 

Total workers: 19

of which on permanent contracts: 11

of which fixed-term contracts (seasonal): 8

 

Number of workers by age band:

18-29 years: 40%

30-39 years: 2%

40-50 years: 48%

over 50 years: 10%

 

Nationality of workers:

Italy: 74%

UE: 0%

Extra UE: 26%

 

Activities of the workers:

manual processing activities (*): 10%

supervising mechanical or automated processes: 85%

office work: 5%

* milk processing in the cheese factory. Not automatable.

 

Gender of workers:

Men: 74%

Women: 26%

 

Average age of workers : 41 years

 

Hours of annual Health & Safety training per worker: 6

 

Working hours:

Production: 08-12 / 14-18

Offices: 8-12 / 14-18

 

Job contract: CCNL Agricoltura

 

Total number of suppliers: 13

 

Location of suppliers:

Italy: 100%

UE: 0 %

Extra UE: 0%

 

Monitored suppliers: 65%

 

Data updated at 07/01/2019

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