We work in a daily basis to be a referent in quality, well-being, development and environment, joining in initiatives that fight against global warming and reducing the impact on the environment . To do so, we are committed to an action plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Sustanaible development
goals (SDG)

Our social responsibility policy is inspired by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), modified to our environment and daily activity. Our mission is to establish clear goals and practical actions that allow us to improve the quality of life in our surroundings.

The SDGs or Global Goals, were signed by Member States in 2015 as a Global plea to eradicate poverty, protect the planet and ensure peace and prosperity.

sustainable development goals

Human rights

Principle 1:
Businesses should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights.
Principle 2:
Make sure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses.
Commitment to ethics and integrity
Commitment with clients
SDG 10
SDG 11
SDG 12
SDG 16


Principle 3:
businesses should uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining
Principle 4:
The elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labour
Principle 5:
The effective elimination of child labour.
Principle 6:
The elimination of discrimination
in respect of employment and occupation.
Commitment to people
SDG 10


Principle 7:
Businesses should support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges.
Principle 8: Undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility.
Principle 9:
Encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies.
Commitment with environment
SDG 10
SDG 11
SDG 12


Principle 10:
Businesses must work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery

Commitmentwith Ethics and integrity
SDG 10
SDG 16

Food sector comprehensive
sustainability decalogue

We’re the second business in the country to adhere to the Food Sector Comprehensive Sustainability Decalogue. Signed 15th 2017.

ministry agriculture


Supply chain
Commitment to expand the sustainability criteria in the supply chain, taking into account principles such as good business practices, labour rights and efficient delivery, etc.


Local economy, stakeholders and consumers.
Commitment to contributing to the local economy and proactive communication with stakeholders and consumers.


Commitment to improving the workers’ consideration, particularly, through actions promoting their active participation, training, working conditions, etc.


Environmental footprint management
Commitment to be aware of the environmental impact of the activities and products in terms of greenhouse gases and water, in order to establish measures to mitigate the impact.


Energy management
Commitment to establishing energetic efficiency measures in production processes, renewable energy and alternative energy sources.


Ethical behaviour
Commitment to establishing measures to the best business behaviour, such as god practice guidelines.


Sustainable agriculture and farming. Biodiversity
Commitment to improving food raw materials supply that support natural resources preservation as well as the environment, preserving its biodiversity, especially at national level.


Commitment to introduce environmental criteria in the products design and their packaging with the aim to minimise its impact on nature.


Commitment to reduce the amount of waste generated, including food waste, and implementation of waste recovery measures.


Research. Innovation and development
Commitment to introduce new technologies and innovative products paired with a more sustainable economy.

United nations global compact

The United Nations Global Compact is an organisation that promotes the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals and seeks to create an international movement of businesses aligned with the human, social and environmental rights principles. Caparrós signed this agreement and adhesion which is renewed every year with the United Nations Global Compact.

Conference of parts (COP 25)

CAPARRÓS NATURE participated in the 25th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 25) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) on November 11, 2019. More than 25,000 representatives from 200 countries met in Madrid at IFEMA to reach agreements and commitments between nations to combat the effects of climate change.

COP26 ambition. Committed to the Glasgow Climate Summit

After having taken part as speakers at the COP25 last year, this year we adhered to the Declaration “Ambition COP26”, contributing joining voices to the success of the Glasgow Climate Summit.

Caparrós is the second company at national level to adhere to the ministry’s Sustainability code in its three tracks, social economic and environmental, and we do not want to stop being pioneers in this issue.
For that reason we have decided to be part of the virtual platform for social participation in Spain and Latin America at the COP26.

Carbon footprint Fight against climate change

CAPARRÓS NATURE is fully aware and acts accordingly with regards of the environment. For that reason the company is fully involved in the global trend to reduce greenhouse gases emissions and fight against climate change. To do so, since 2015 we have set in our internal policy the objective to know our carbon footprint and continuously reduce it.

Assessment A+

Each year we undergo a quality assessment of our organisation and issues regarding our social responsibility, with the aim to understand our capacity to manage the material risks of the social responsibility. To do so, we have used the SME Rating© to identify and prioritise the main risks of CAPARRÓS NATURE and its management..

This tool has identified, therefore, our Social Responsibility risks and their relevance, as well as analysed how CAPARRÓS NATURE identifies and manages its SR risks strategically.

The rating is given in a 6 character scale (A+, A, B+, B, C+, C). CAPARRÓS NATURE was given A+, being the A+ the best mark and C the least. A+ means that we have identified our SR risks and correctly managed the main ones according to the interests of our target groups.

Values- Caparrós

Actions undertaken
on generated waste

Paper and oardboard waste minimization

1.Digital office work instead of printed documents when possible. Prioritization of personal computers and tablets.

2. Work using computerised forms when possible to reduce paper use

3. Prioritisation of electronic invoicing instead of the traditional paper one

4. Improve and increase online sales

5. Auxiliary materials supply in bulk o reusable packaging, minimising non reusable cardboard packaging.

6. Prioritisation of reusable plastic packaging and minimisation of non reusable cardboard ones.

7. Recycled paper for internal communication. Scrap paper as notebooks.

8.Responsible photocopy and using both sides of the sheet. Several page print on one side option when printing drafts. .

9. Printer and photocopy machines regular maintenance avoiding paper wasting.