Guidelines & Reporting

How we secure a high standard of our business

BioMar’s GRI Report

G&R: GRI Report (item, R pic.)

Our annual sustainability report

The GRI report creates transparency about our actions both for our customers and other stakeholders.

The report outlines BioMar's ambitious targets for sustainability, but also shows the strong commitment of the BioMar Group over the years in developing sustainable and responsible solutions throughout all its activities.

BioMar commits to public transparency of our activities through annual disclosures in accordance with the GRI G4 framework.

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Code of Conduct

G&R: Code of Conduct (item, L pic.)

BioMar acknowledges that a sustainable business must be built ensuring the fundamental rights of human beings. Our Code of Conduct is essential to the way we drive our business. We require that all employees, suppliers, contractors, and subcontractors comply with outlined standards and provisions.

Part of our role as a multinational company sourcing raw materials in the global market is to ensure that our suppliers as well as ourselves meet the standards detailed in our Code of Conduct.

BioMars Code of Conduct

Certifications

BioMar SAS has for many years been engaged in a voluntary effort to ensure food safety.
ISO 22000

This was emphasised with the introduction in 1999 of the HACCP method, which allows us to evaluate and manage risks linked to food safety (e.g. microbiological risks, risk of undesirable substances, and risk of foreign objects). Later, in order to respond to consumer demands, we decided to certify our HACCP according to ISO9001. For this reason we chose in the first place in 2003 a certifiable standard, the DS3027, and thereafter the ISO22000 immediately from its international publication in 2005.

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GLOBALG.A.P.

The G.A.P. abbreviation in GLOBAL G.A.P. stands for Good Agriculture Practice, but the certification covers both agriculture and aquaculture – and in the case of BioMar the manufacturing of feed for aquaculture.

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