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All mandatory information indicated in European regulation no.1169/2011/EC (INCO), of 25 October 2014 concerning our products can be viewed via this link:
You can find the INCO regulation information note and allergen certification here:
According to the obligation contained in the text of French order no. 2014-1577 of 23/12/2014, passed by the French Assemblée on 26/12/14 and in force since 01/01/2015, arising from commitment 255 of the Grenelle Environment Forum and the European Parliament directive 98/34/EC on instructions for sorting recyclable packaging, the "Triman" logo (see model below) is affixed to all our recyclable packaging.
The link below provides access to a table containing sorting instructions for this packaging:
Sorting instructions table
Our company obtained IFS FOOD V6 certification (benchmark for food product quality and safety audit) in June 2013, as you can see here: IFS certificate
Since 2016 DAMMANN FRÈRES has been committed to the UN Global Compact corporate responsibility initiative and its principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption.
In application of the law of 5 September 2018, Dammann Frères measured its index relating to professional equality between women and men.
Dammann Frères obtained an overall score of 88 points out of 100 on the professional equality index for the 2019 financial year. Score beyond the 75 points to be reached in accordance with Decree N°2019-15 of January 8, 2020.
This result shows the importance of our commitment and the various initiatives we have been taking for several years in the area of professional equality within our company.
The Professional Equality Index is rated on 100 points based on four indicators for those with 50 to 249 employees:
1- The pay gap: comparison of the average pay of women and men, by age group and by socio-professional category (CSP) or other job classification: 0 to 40 points;
2- The gap in the distribution of individual pay rises between women and men: 0 to 20 points for companies with more than 249 employees;
3- The percentage of female employees receiving an increase on return from maternity leave: 0 or 15 points;
4- Gender parity among the ten highest paid employees: 0 to 10 points.