Ferrero Group’s 8th CSR report released

India Ferrero plant nearly 50% of the collaborators are women.

Inder Chopra, Secretary General, Ferrero India, Amitabh Kant, C.E.O, Niti Ayog, Lozreno Angeloni, the Ambassador of Italy and Stefano Pelle, Managing Director of Ferrero India unveiling Ferrero’s Global CSR Report at the Italian Embassy, New Delhi

NEW DELHI: At a forum attended by a distinguished gathering of social experts, academia and business partners, the CEO of Niti Ayog, Amitabh Kant released the Ferrero’s global 8th CSR report on Sharing Values to Create Value.

Amitabh Kant said, “I am elated to be associated with a global organization and would like to visit their plant at Baramati.”

The Ambassador of Italy, Lozreno Angeloni said, “It is our privilege to host Ferrero’s s global CSR report for the second consecutive year. Ferrero India is a true testimony of commitment towards Corporate Social Responsibility.”

Statement said that Ferrero has invested seven times the initial commitment in its 11 years in India and also provided employment to substantial number of people; much more than what it was mandated while it was setting up its facility in Baramati. The Ferrero Group’s has the third largest workforce in India, after Italy and Germany and at the India plant nearly 50% of the collaborators are women.

The Ferrero 8th CSR report highlights the goals set by Ferrero for 2020, the latest one pledging to increase more women in managerial positions and to continue investing in sustainable global initiatives.

The Global CSR Report showcases Ferrero’s commitment to the people, environment and the business eco-system of India, along with the 22 other countries where it has manufacturing operations.