Corporate Social Responsibility

For BMMI, social responsibility and sustainability extend beyond compliance. It is not only about mitigating harm, but also about adding real value to all those who interact with our company.

Real value today is often reduced to profits, and while economic growth is a vital pillar to sustainability, BMMI seeks to be a company that enriches all those who are associated with it—not just its shareholders. This is the true measure of excellence and achievement.

With a heavy involvement in the food industry, we see ourselves as a company that nourishes the lives of our customers, our employees, the communities in which we operate and our planet. Based on this, we have launched our Sustainability Policy: Nourishing Life, which is driven by 75 commitments and consists of three over-lapping themes: Truth, Care, and Wellbeing.

Our CSR Vision

BMMI nourishes its customers, employees, communities, the earth, and all stakeholders that interact with the Group.

At BMMI, corporate citizenship is not a new concept. We have acted as a caring and responsible organisation through our Alosra Charitable Trust, provided financial and in-kind support to different charities and NGOs, and provided skills enhancements of farmers and local suppliers throughout our supply chain. As an ISO 14001 certified company for environmental management, our Integrated Management System (IMS) has provided thorough and rigorous standards for environmental management, in addition to following international standards for food safety and occupational health and safety.

We recognise that as with any worthy endeavour, sustainability at BMMI will be an on-going and continuously evolving journey. And in line with our first corporate value—Honesty—we commit to being transparent and sharing the challenges we face, the lessons we learn, our achievements and how we got there. We also recognise that none of this can be achieved without working with our stakeholder eco-system, so we ask you to join us on this journey.

Communication on Progress (COP)

In our annual COP, we describe actions taken in the areas of Human Rights, Labour, Environment and Anti-Corruption to continually improve the integration of the United Nations Global Compact and its principles into our business strategy, culture and daily operations.

Communication on Progress 2020 & 2021 

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Communication on Progress 2019

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Communication on Progress 2018

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Communication on Progress 2017

COP 2018
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Communication on Progress 2016

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Communication on Progress 2015

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