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We obtained IQNet SR10 certificate with great distinction

We obtained IQNet SR10 certificate with great distinction

At the beginning of last year, Kipco Damaco was the first organization in the Belgian food industry to obtain the SR10 sustainability certificate. With this, Kipco Damaco set the tone for sustainability in the sector. The audit of this year was therefore dominated by the confirmation of Kipco Damaco's strong sustainability policy. And if they succeeded? The auditor did not have any comments after the screening and this can only be called a great success for Kipco Damaco and their external consultancy firm AS4.

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Empro at VIV ASIA 15/03 - 17/03 Thailand

Empro at VIV ASIA 15/03 - 17/03 Thailand

Empro Europe is fanatical about top quality proteins and nitrogen sources for the specialized aqua feed -, petfood-, fur – and agriculture industry. Thanks to their dedicated team and patented production processes we bring you pure, stable and highly efficient products. You will be able to find us in Bangkok @VIV ASIA 2017 Empro-Europe in Hall 102! We wish them a lot a luck, have a great fair !

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Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

Kipco - Damaco chooses to do business with a focus on human rights, consumers and social, ethical and environmental issues. We strive towards a sustainable development which is based on three pillars; Economy, Environment, Society. In order to guarantee this, our values and standards are set out in a Code of Conduct; The basic principles to which all employees must adhere during everyday activities. The Code is a guideline for handling standards between Kipco - Damaco and its partners, employees and consumers.

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China to beef up on imports

China is expected to increase its beef imports by 15-20% over the next five years due to domestic production, which, despite governmental investment, is still very limited, according to a Rabobank report.

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China's meat majors focus on convenience as incomes rise

There was a time when convenience for China’s meat-eaters was a bag of frozen pork dumplings. But today the offerings of convenience meat products are exploding across the aisles of China’s supermarket, with everything from pre-prepared frozen kebab sticks to American-style microwavable steaks on offer.

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