Mulatica team of growers, packers, processors, shippers and employees is committed to consistently providing safe, high-quality fresh fruit, vegetables, and food products.
Measuring Mulatica’s performance is not just about transparency – it is also a means of assessing the Company’s daily practices in order to set beneficial goals, facilitate growth and improve systems across worldwide operations.
Mulatica’s bananas produced in Costa Rica are distributed World-Wide.
Mulatica’s Human Resources department and partner foundations also compile information about social- and labor-related topics.
In order to protect its greatest assets (people, farms and the environment), Mulatica has built its sustainability strategy on four pillars: water management, carbon footprint, soil conservation and packaging.
Water management includes using water responsibly and efficiently. To this end, Mulatica has implemented water recycling systems and processes to reduce overall usage.
Mulatica works actively to measure, reduce and eventually offset a portion of its greenhouse gas emissions, which in turn, will diminish its contribution to global warming.
Healthy soils are a necessary ingredient for growing healthy products; however, soil faces risk from degradation by erosion, salinity, contamination and other results of mismanagement. Mulatica is active in protecting soils through alternative practices that aim to prevent and limit soil erosion.