Pedro Soares dos Santos takes on the importance of leadership anchored on solid values.
United by the desire to add value to Mozambique and be a source of inspiration for others, five young Mozambican women crossed paths at the Girl Move Academy. Jerónimo Martins is a part of this innovative project, which has already been awarded a UNESCO prize.
In 1991, Pingo Doce launched its first Private Brand products with brand references that are still part of the consumption habits of the Portuguese people. Thirty years later, Jeronimo Martins’ supermarket chain in Portugal continues to win the hearts of consumers more varied and sophisticated options.
The principles behind the “Farm to Fork” strategy are not something new for the Jerónimo Martins Agri-Business area and has merely speeded up work that was begun on the ground a long time ago. What is really new is the company’s entry into the organic farming business. Its CEO, António Serrano, details the breakthroughs and challenges of this investment.
Making our current food systems sustainable means changing the way we produce and eat, while looking at food more as a common goal rather than a consumer good. At Jerónimo Martins, providing better options is already a deal beyond the European will.
Safe and authentic food. The brand-new Molecular Biology Laboratory relies on Next Generation Sequencing to tackle fraud and adulteration. CSI-style technology and methods make it possible to identify the DNA of animal and plant species in ingredient samples.
The green lung breathes again. One year after its launch, the “Serra do Açor Forest” reforestation project sees great progress. More than 570,000 trees of fire-resistant species will have been planted by the end of 2022 with the support of Jerónimo Martins.