Diagnostics for livestock practices
In our concern for animal welfare, we encourage livestock farmers to carry out diagnostics on their practices, and aim to have 100% of farms carrying out diagnostics by the end of 2024.
We employ training sessions and videos on specific topics to raise the farmers’ awareness to good industry practices.
Contribution to the inter-professional standards system
We work with the CNIEL (French national Dairy Council) to establish deployment methods for animal welfare diagnostics. The diagnostic has been tested at the members farms of our cooperatives on behalf of the industry.
To reinforce our animal welfare strategy, we have established a working group involving the milk production services of the three Laïta cooperatives. The working group’s remit is to construct a progress plan covering at least two major issues each year.
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Conserving water resources
Reducing our impact on water resources involves reducing the amount of water we waste, improving water treatment and reducing our consumption.
Eco-design for packaging and products
Having first set up a working group to look at packaging eco-design, we are now training our teams to analyse the life cycle and eco-design of products.
Our other pillars
Well-being is our watchword. Laïta is actively committed to the welfare of all - employees, customers, farmers and suppliers alike