Maïsadour has just published its Annual Activity Report and Extra-Financial Performance Statement for the 2022-2023 financial year. These documents are available in the "Publications" section.
Couverture du Rapport d'activité 2022-2023

A profitable 2022-2023 financial year

With climate change becoming increasingly visible, the geopolitical situation remaining unstable and a new avian crisis, the context for the 2022-2023 financial year has been complicated. It has been marked by record inflation, particularly in energy and raw materials.

But thanks to the tremendous efforts of our teams, the Group adapted perfectly. It ended the year in the black, having managed to hold on to its markets, cut production costs, avoid a major bird flu crisis and maintain its production levels.

The Group has supported local farms by developing value-added crops, helping farmers to adopt agro-ecological practices and defending their economic sustainability.

An ambitious carbon trajectory to protect the planet

Maïsadour has held the “Engagé RSE (CSR)” label at the “Confirmed” level since 2022, and has stepped up its sustainable development commitments for the 2022-2023 financial year.

Most notably, the Group finalised its Carbon Footprint, an essential tool for gaining an overview of the direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions of its activities. Maïsadour is one of the first cooperatives to have carried out this assessment for the entire Group.

This assessment also served as the starting point for defining a carbon trajectory and a roadmap for decarbonising its activities. With this trajectory in 2 phases, 2035 and 2045, Maïsadour aims to be 5 years ahead of France’s National Low Carbon Strategy (SNBC).

Trajectoire carbone de Maïsadour
A possible carbon reduction trajectory to 2045

Sustainable development at the heart of our corporate strategy

To build on this momentum and meet the challenges of the future, Maïsadour has developed a new corporate strategy called “Ambition 2030”.

This strategy, supported by all business lines, places sustainable development at the heart of its actions. In particular, it responds to the 17 sustainable development objectives of the United Nations.

Logo Ambition 2030, Construisons notre demain

“Ambition 2030” should enable Maïsadour to :

  • reinvent carbon-free, regenerative agriculture that respects people and the environment
  • develop high value-added sectors
  • enhance the attractiveness of its businesses and the well-being of its employees
  • and to be a key player in its regions.

Maïsadour is proud of its mission: to feed while preserving the planet.


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