CSR Commitment

Born of the willingness to value natural raw materials, DIANA has included sustainable development in its activities, from its origins, through:

  • nature-based products and a command of vegetal, meat, fish sources
  • a culture and commitment based on proximity
  • high objectives in terms of economic and social performance


DIANA has introduced a progressive approach to CSR, in line with the Group’s culture and strategic vision so as to pursue growth while respecting the Group’s (human, environmental and social) ecosystem. This approach is organised around 6 focuses with tangible commitments and action plans:
1 - Development and improvement of work conditions and relations
2 - Respect for the Environment
3 - Social Commitment
4 - Consumer-related issues
5 - Commitment to good business practices
6 - Governance of the organisation

Since 2011, DIANA is a member of the United Nations Global Compact and its CSR focuses are aligned with its principles.


Focus on 3 of FOOD DIVISION’s commitments within this approach

1/ Development and improvement of work conditions and relations:

A voluntarist approach to safety improvements: 

  • Raising employee awareness through the organisation of Safety days on site
  • Safety training for all employees and managers
  • Creation of a safety ‘passport’ for each employee


2/ Respect for the Environment:

  • Controlling resources by reducing water and electricity consumption. Through the improvement plans conducted between 2010 and 2011, DIANA, FOOD was able to save 465,000 KW of electricity  ;
    6,000 T of steam ; 168,500 m3 of water.
  • Controlling impact on climate change by choosing renewable energies
  • Waste recycling


3/ Consumer-related issues:

Food safety is an absolute priority for DIANA, FOOD.
All our sites will be certified FSSC 22000 or IFS/ BRC by 2013.