Strategic values and visions

The 6 fundamental values of the group constitute the foundation of our identity and of our business culture.­ They are embodied in distinctive features that guide both our business plan and our daily actions:

Grap’Sud’s food safety management system works towards client satisfaction and ensures continued improvement.­

The Grap’Sud group’s strategic vision reflects our aspirations and is a visualisation of the future to guide and mobilise our resources:

  • To be a recognised player in a sustainable­ player in the sector of valorisation of agricultural co-products­
  • To develop innovative and economically viable solutions for our strategic markets.

Sustainable Development forms part of the inborn character of our co-operative group. The activities carried out by the Grap’Sud group of recycling and recovery of co-products from winemaking interlocks perfectly into a circular economy, the aim of which is to produce goods and services sustainably by limiting consumption, dissipation of resources, and the production of waste. ­

The group’s value chain thus reintegrates the grape marc, the wine lees and other co-products into new economic circuits in a perspective of green growth.­ All these actions are yours and can therefore enhance your own CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) approaches.

The nature of our economic model entails a certain number of missions in relation to our economic and social eco-system:

  • Defending the co-operative model
  • Developing and enhancing production in our regions
  • Participating in the management of our farming network
  • Innovating for our clients to succeed ­
  • Deploying our expertise on an international scale
  • Developing our colleagues’ human potential

In addition, the Grap'Sud group has always adopted a proactive policy for the protection of the environment and the reduction of its impacts.­ With its ICPE-classified sites, the Grap'Sud group complies with the French environment protection regulations in force and is strongly committed to:

  • The protection of water resources,
  • The prevention of atmospheric pollution,
  • The reduction and elimination of waste,
  • The prevention of noise nuisance,
  • The limiting of landscape impacts,
  • The prevention of accidents and well-being at work.