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Sustainability is Colombina’s Guiding Light
2022 Sustainability Report
Colombina obtains the GOLD certification of the Zero Waste System in its Sauces and Preserves plant in Tuluá
• The Colombina Sauces and Preserves plant in Tuluá received the Certification of the Zero Waste System in the GOLD Category, awarded by ICONTEC and the Zero Waste Corporation Colombia with a classification of 95.5 out of 100. • With this certification, Colombina continues to implement a Management System that is part of its sustainability strategy, this is done as a contribution to the efficient management of solid waste and the strengthening of circular economy strategies.
Bon Bon Bum ventures into e-sports with the Contra team
The famous lollipop enters the world of professional gaming supporting Bon Bon Bum Contra, a Valorant team, expanding to all young cybersports fans in Latin America.
Colombina continues to position itself as one of the most sustainable food companies in the world.
For the seventh consecutive year, the company is in the top 10 of the most sustainable food companies globally according to S&P Global's corporate sustainability assessment. Colombina has carried out important environmental initiatives in its production plants, which have been reflected in the reduction of its carbon footprint.
Colombina continues to make its way in the conquest of the US market
The company is launching a new brand of chewy and soft candies, which will be marketed from the second half of the year through the main e-commerce platforms in the United States. They project sales of around 2 million dollars in the first year of distribution in major retail chains.
2 iconic Colombina flavors in 1 bite! Choco Break with a Bon Bon Bum Red-lollipop Flavored Center.
This product is expected to become a market favorite, especially among young people: the two brands showed very good 2022 performance with Bon Bon Bum selling +480 million lollipops and Choco Break 425 million candies just on the domestic market.
The Latest Bon Bon Bum Soccer Cup Featuring Soccer Star, Linda Caicedo
The Colombina Bon Bon Bum Soccer Cup has become the nation’s largest youth soccer tournament expanding into even more regions around Colombia and bring recreational benefits and sporting advantages to youth in vulnerable communities. Linda Caicedo, said, “It is an honor for me to be the Bon Bon Bum Soccer Cup’s Ambassador, because initiatives like this one can change the lives of many Colombian young people. Our nation’s youth can use sports and an active lifestyle to make their dreams come true, just like I have. This also fosters team spirit, teamwork and healthy competition”.
Celsia and Colombina have set up a solar energy farm at the La Paila Confectionary Production Plant - exporter to 90 countries!
Delegates from the Colombina government, Colombina and Celsia at the solar-farm inauguration standing in front of an inspirational mural by Sara Martinez.
C.E.O. and Colombina Bank on renewable energy with a self-generating solar farm at the Santander de Quilichao cookie plant
President Duque toured the solar farm with Omar Serrano, General Manager of C.E.O., and with Cesar Caicedo, Executive President of the Colombina Business Group. During their tour, Caicedo talked about the particulars of the overall infrastructure, the progressive environmental benefits it will provide and the example it sets of just how sustainable solutions are indeed able to generate industrial operating benefits.