Intersnack Procurement B.V

Intersnack Group is one of the leading company in Europe manufacturing savoury snacks. Intersnack Group has 32 production plants in 11 countries and produced 375,000 ton of nuts, chips, other specialties and baked products in 2009.
Intersnack Group's most important brands include Chio, Funny-frisch, Felix, Kelly's, and Soletti.
Intersnack Group aims to be a leading savoury snack group:

with a Pan-European ambition
With a strong organic growth focus
with a complete savoury snack portfolio in branded and in private label
with a strong emphasis on raw material sourcing and processing
with a sustainable profit based on competitiveness
with a professional, lean and efficient spirit
with a challenging and entrepreneurial culture.

In raw material sourcing, Intersnack Group has the following in mind:

critical mass in the supply chain is key
quality and cost leadership are the cornerstones of our strategy
multi origin sourcing, to ensure best quality at best prices
vendor development is an integral part of the partnership with origin suppliers

Contribution to sustainable economic and social development statement
We focus our corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities on stakeholders along our supply chain and issues related to our business. Through interaction with relevant stakeholders (suppliers, customers, consumers, employees and local communities) we ensure that Intersnack Group CSR activities are properly adapted to drive improvement (taking into account local conditions) and to generate positive benefits for the company and community. We collect data on environmental impact and performance, establish monitoring principles and regularly review progress. We request and support our suppliers to systematically improve the social, environmental and ethical quality of their products and productions.

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Supply Chain Certification
Approval Date Certification Expiry Date Certified Unit/Facility Location Supply Chain Model Certificates
29/04/2014 28/04/2019 Intersnack Poland Sp.z.o.o., Niedzwiedz 64, 32-090 Slomniki Poland View
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26/02/2014 16/01/2018 Felix GmbH & Co. KG, 2 facilities: Binnerheide 28, 58239 Schwerte, Germany; Industriestr. 2, 59939 Olsberg Germany SG, MB View
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21/10/2013 20/10/2018 KP Snacks, 4 sites: Smisby Road, Ashby De La Zouch, Leicestershire, LE65 2BS, United Kingdom; Chesterton Road, Eastwood Trading Estate, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S65 1TD, United Kingdom; Medomsley Road, Consett, Co. Durham DH8 6TX, United Kingdom; Macklin Avenue, Cowpen Lane Industrial Estate, Billingham, Cleveland TS23 4D United Kingdom MB View
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14/08/2013 13/08/2018 Intersnack Nederland BV, Havenstraat 62, 7005 AG Doetinchem Netherlands SG,MB View
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15/04/2012 14/04/2017 Intersnack Knabbergebaeck GmbH & Co KG, 6 facilities: Intersnack Knabbergeback GmbH & Co KG, Aachener Strasse 1042, D-50858 Koeln, Germany; Intersnack Werk Cloppeburg, Werner Eckart Ring 13, D-49661 Cloppenburg, Germany; Intersnack-Werk Wevelinghoven, Grevenbroicher Str. 98, D-41516 Grevenbroich, Germany; Intersnack -Werk Alsbach, Neue Bergstr, 1, D-64665 Alsbach-Haehnlein, Germany; Spreeback GmbH, Gewerbering 38-40, D-030999 Kolkwitz, Germany; Trueller Knabber-Gebaeck GmbH, Aachener Str. 1042, D-50858 Koel Germany SG, MB View
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Organisation's Commitments Toward Sustainability
How will your organisation promote the RSPO internally and to other stakeholders?
Promotion of sustainable palm oil goes hand in hand with the production/introduction of sustainable produced/manufactured merchandise either under our own brands or through private label business. Since the market in Europe is more and more demanding sustainable products it is our believe there will be an almost automatic promotion for sustainable oil at the same time.
Where relevant, what processes is the organisation establishing to engage with interested parties, for example to resolve conflict or to use sustainably produced palm oil?
More and more sustainable products are of interest to the retail market/consumers so in that sense sustainable oil will receive a higher demand in the coming years. The increased use of sustainable oil is also depending of course on sufficient availability and the price one has to pay for it.

Also refer to answer in Q1.
Where relevant, how will your organisation work towards implementing the RSPO Principles and Criteria or assessing supplier performance against these criteria?
We have extensive audits of our supplier base over the years where questions are raised/criteria are implemented as to sustainable production, socially responsible business.
Any other information that would support the application such as what your organisation hopes to gain from joining RSPO and how it would support RSPO?
By being member of the RSPO obviously we hope and expect to increase possibilities to sell our products and at the same time increase the use of sustainable palm oil. Sustainable (agri) products are definitely part of our future and it is our pleasure to promote the use of it.

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