There are many of us within Jingold, with different stories and skills.
We all share a business vision that values sustainable food:
We believe in an agriculture capable of feeding people without impoverishing the planet.
We believe in work capable of creating well-being and wealth without destroying resources.
We believe in sustainable and responsible globalisation, in the health and safety of workers.
At Jingold, we care about sustainability in all its forms, it is not just communication or “greenwashing”, but a systematic combination of measures that we have been implementing for years to provide our contribution to the environment and to society.
Jingold’s activities are, in fact, organised in such a way as to minimise pollution at every phase of the supply chain.
What do we actually do to avoid it?
We use low-impact techniques, specifically:
- Integrated crop defence, with a drastic reduction in the use of pesticides.
- This system involves the use of non-toxic pesticides, biological pesticides (i.e. the use of predatory insects to eliminate parasites), crop rotation. The procedures strictly follow the integrated production specifications established by the Regional Phytosanitary Services.
- Use of modern systems with drip irrigation. With this method, water is administered slowly to the plants, on the ground or directly to the root, in order to obtain high efficiency and reduction of waste.
- Use of renewable energy, mainly photovoltaic, for fruit refrigeration and other electricity consumption: the production plants that package Jingold products have created photovoltaic systems that produce more than 700,000 KW/h every year, which corresponds to a savings in CO2 emissions equal to about 300 tons/year (the equivalent of the weight of 15 lorries full of kiwis!).
- Plants with certifications related to environmental impact