Shrimp producer Grupo Almar starts carbon footprint reduction project

Grupo Almar

Through a new, joint multi-year commitment, Ecuadorian firm sets its sights on improving sustainability

Ecuador’s Grupo Almar, one of the top five shrimp producers in the world, and health, nutrition and beauty company DSM-Firmenich have entered a joint multi-year commitment to measure and improve Grupo Almar’s environmental footprint using Sustell, which is DSM-Firmenich intelligent sustainability service.

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