The Maïsadour Group is taking concrete action to reduce carbon impact and preserve resources. The Group is committed to develop renewable energies, innovate, master and improve its industrial tools and its environmental performance.
Maïsadour supports the farmers to develop an agriculture ever more respectful of the land, animals and people.
As part of its “Maïsadour 2026” roadmap, the Group has made energy management and thus the climate challenge a crucial challenge. As a key player in the energy transition in the territories where the Cooperative is located, Maïsadour associates and empowers its employees and lays down four guiding principles: sobriety, energy efficiency, use of renewable energy, optimization of energy costs.
Very early on, the Group integrated the energy management approach into its industrial performance strategy. Besides, Maïsadour was the first ISO 50-001 certified cooperative in France in 2015 with 8 sites! This approach has been deployed in the recent years.
Climate changes are now a concrete reality, as recent climate evolutions show it. Agriculture can and must be a solution in the fight against climate change, both by reducing its emissions and by playing a key role in carbon storage.
Maïsadour has 6 agrosites where experiments are carried out to answer a central question: how will a farmer grow his land in 10 years? Thus, Maïsadour develops its skill and continuously psuhes its members toward an ever more sustainable agriculture.
Since 2009, the Group has been committed to reducing its impact on climate change through many actions: carbon storage experiments, proposals for precision farming solutions, optimization of water management and specific varietal creations.
In order to develop offers adapted to the demands of consumers and to the expectations of society, Maïsadour innovates and is committed to limiting the impact of packaging on the environment in the agri-food sectors.
The Gourmet Business Line has set itself some ambitious objectives: