By contributing, through the distribution of its products, to better nutrition for the most vulnerable populations, the Nutriset Group works daily to strengthen human rights.
The Nutriset company was founded in 1986 to contribute, throughout its activity, to respect for a fundamental human right: the right to be able to eat properly by allowing children seriously affected by malnutrition to benefit from specific nutritional solutions to regain or acquire better health.
Since then, the entire Group has grown, but always retaining this objective and perpetuating it through its mandate, which since 2015 has become its extended corporate purpose.
Supplier to United Nations agencies, non-governmental organizations and governments of program countries, the Nutriset Group contributes directly, through its nutritional approach, to the consolidation of fundamental human rights: the right to health, rights guaranteeing child or female protection. , rights of displaced persons or refugees, etc.
To take just one example, the Nutriset Group is fully committed to the application of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child:
"Each child has an inherent right to life, survival and development (article 6), he must be able to enjoy the best possible state of health (Article 24) ".
International Convention of the Rights of the Child
On a daily basis, the Nutriset Group is guided, for all of its actions, by a founding desire to make a concrete contribution to improving human rights.
By scrupulously applying, for example, the United Nations Supplier Code of Conduct, as well as the codes of conduct and Conventions which guide the action of its various agencies, and by always being vigilant so that its activity is carried out. performs, at all stages and in all places, with respect for these rights.
Beyond the commitments linked to its activity, the Group is also developing philanthropic support actions aimed at associations in its territory which support socially vulnerable groups (elderly people, refugees, children and adolescents under the protection regime, students precarious by the Covid crisis).