• The family, the strip, a territory, Romagna

Always attentive to the protection of the territory, the rational management of the planet's resources and the well-being of people, we daily consolidate low environmental impact cultivation techniques that respect man and nature, along the entire supply chain.

Our production sustainability procedures favor the rotation of crops that take place according to the methods of integrated pest management or organic farming, minimizing the use of pesticides up to completely eliminating them, in the case of organic farming.

Our products are safe because they are controlled through HACCP procedures and have a Global Gap certified traceability that allows them to be marketed in Italy and in many countries around the world. Furthermore, we have organic farming certification which allows us to be welcomed in countries with the highest quality standards such as Japan, where we are present thanks to the Jas certification.

Our every action is aimed at preserving water as the essence of life, for this reason its conscious management guides all our production procedures.

The study of the effects of temperature on pathogenic microorganisms it allows us to save water from the aqueduct by using the well water cooled to a specific temperature to: stabilize the microbial load in the heart of the product, extend the life of the product and counteract the deterioration of the vegetables.

Virtuosa is also the management of waste water which is conveyed to a groundwater within the company to be then used in the irrigation of crops, limiting waste.

The value of transformation

Reusing by-products and being able to dispose of waste by transforming it leads to a reduction in the need for natural resources and has a strong positive impact on the environment.

It is in this perspective that we have started collaborations with some farms in the area so that our waste (all certified by the body in charge) and processing by-products, are reused daily in the formulation of food for zootechnical use, thus reducing the environmental impact necessary for their production and making the waste transformation process more efficient.

Protection is green

Our “green” side envelops all your products.

From 2019 to today we have reduced the plastic material used for packaging products by 33% and R-PET (recycled PET) has been introduced. This modern polymer is obtained from the recovery and recycling processes of the common Pet and at the end of its life cycle it in turn falls into a new recovery and transformation process.

Our commitment in introducing new eco-friendly materials and that of our consumers in placing used packaging in the appropriate separate collection containers, unites us in a careful synergy for the care of the environment.

The good for everyone

With our healthy products rich in essential nutrients, we take care of the health of as many people as possible. For this, we donate the excess vegetables still in good condition to the local Caritas of Rimini. By contributing to the well-being of the most vulnerable, we reduce waste.

Help for the little ones

Sipo supports AROP, the Voluntary Association of the pediatric ward of the Rimini Sick Hospital. Founded and managed by parents and volunteers, it aims to improve the quality of therapeutic paths that involve young patients suffering from oncohematological diseases and their families.

Sensitive to the issue of female employment, we have a female share that covers more than 70% of the staff in warehouses and offices.

Training and research

Sipo supports the training of young people and their integration into the world of work collaborating with the University of Bologna, Polo di Cesena, Department of Food Science and Technology both for the evaluation of curricula and for research projects and degree theses.

He also collaborates with Prof. Andrea Tarozzi of the Rimini Campus, Department of Pharmacology.

Food education

The company is committed to disseminating company cultivation policies to educate the consumer on the world of vegetables by revealing the best production techniques, nutritional properties, distribution, conservation and guiding them towards conscious consumption and healthy eating habits.

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