Krajowa Grupa Spożywcza S.A. is a socially responsible entity in all aspects of its operations, starting with cooperation with the Farmers, through production, and ending with promotion of rational nutrition. The Company is open to a social dialogue both within the organisation, by creating required conditions for operation of trade unions, and outside it, by establishing good relations with Farmers, cooperating with local governments and communities, and industrial organisations.

Noticing the importance of the Corporate Social Responsibility, Krajowa Grupa Spożywcza S.A. works for public good in: social welfare, health protection and promotion, education, culture, arts, and activities supporting development of local communities. Krajowa Grupa Spożywcza S.A. supports entities which statutory objectives include widely understood charity work, and which include: non-governmental organizations, cultural and educational institutions, school and education centres, nursing homes, associations, and foundations.

Krajowa Grupa Spożywcza S.A. puts a lot of emphasis on the history of the sugar industry in Poland. Therefore, the Company opened the Sugar Industry Memorial Chamber in Częstocice. The Chamber was created as an institution responsible for documenting the history of the sugar industry in the territory of Poland. It collects items related to the sugar industry – production of sugar beet seeds, devices and equipment, sugar beet cultivation, and sugar plant activities. Krajowa Grupa Spożywcza S.A.makes the Chamber available to visitors free of charge.

Rational sugar consumption. “Sweet Balance” campaign

The “Sweet Balance” campaign, prepared by the Association of Sugar Producers in Poland, has been developed to show the society what sugar really is, what its role in our body is, and to overcome damaging stereotypes that have grown up around this topic.
Throughout the years, sugar has become a synonym of all that is unhealthy in our daily diet. Therefore, our aim is to make the sceptics aware that products containing sugar can be a part of a healthy and balanced menu, and “being fit” does not have to be associated with sacrifices and giving sweet treats up completely. Sugar does not mean unhealthy carbonated drinks and snacks, but, first of all, a source of energy that we need in our daily tasks and a taste that is the only one known since our birth.

Please, visit the information site of the “Sweet Balance” programme prepared in Polish at: