Published on March 4th, 2021 | by mundohr0
Agua de Cuevas, best food and beverage company in Asturias to work in
Asturian spring has been placed fourth in the general Asturian ranking of Best
Workplaces held every year by the consultancy Great Place To Work®, and in
first place within its sector.
Every year, this certification recognises the participating companies located in Asturias as exemplary workplaces, based on the perception of employees.
Cuevas leads the food and beverage sector in the ranking
of the best companies to work in Asturias in 2021, prepared by the consultancy Great Place To Work®. Every year, this certificate recognises the
companies in Asturias that have wanted to participate in the process as
exemplary workplaces, based on the perception of employees. For this edition,
24 companies of different sizes and sectors have been analysed, involving the
opinion of 2,706 workers.
Asturian spring of our Group is
fourth in the general ranking of Asturian companies, and in first place in the
case of the food and beverage sector.
Best Workplaces Asturias Ranking recognises companies for aspects such as pride
in belonging, equal treatment, conciliation measures or honesty in management.
de Cuevas has just announced an update in its image trying to better reflect its
own identity through its packaging. Now it is dressed in green showing its
origin, a colour that takes us to the Asturian mountains where the spring is
located, as well as its firm commitment to sustainability, both strategic
pillars of the company.
July, Agua de Cuevas announced the launch of its star 1.5
litre format in a container made of 100% recycled material, making
it the first Asturian spring that concretes its commitment to sustainability. Hence,
at the end of 2021 the brand expects 100% of its packaging to come from other
milestone in terms of innovation and sustainability means that millions of
recycled PET bottles will be given a second lease of life each year,
significantly reducing the impact of their activity on the environment and backing
circularity in the use of resources.
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