Added value to stakeholders

With financial responsibility, Atria refers to the achievement of its financial goals in such a way that the company has the wherewithal to develop its business operations in accordance with stakeholders’ expectations. Monitoring and influencing social regulation help Atria manage changes and risks associated with Atria’s business environment.

By investing in the development of corporate responsibility matters relevant to Atria, the company secures its future operating conditions and creates both financial and social value to society.

Direct financial value arises from the jobs provided by Atria and indirect value from the supply chain and paid taxes. Social value and corporate citizenship are created by developing the industry according to the principles of sustainable development and by producing food for the needs of customers and consumers.