• A carbon assessment was carried out in 2023.
  • Almost all of Agrobiothers’ greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are related to Scope 3 emissions (98%). These emissions are indirect and are mainly linked to purchasing and transport. Scope 1 and 2 represent emissions linked to Agrobiothers’ energy consumption.
  • As of 2020, the management has eliminated supplies by air transport in order to reduce CO2 emissions.
  • Some of the products manufactured in China have already been repatriated to Tunisia in order to limit the number of kilometres travelled. At the same time, we have banned the use of air transport.
  • The fleet of commercial vehicles is changing: from diesel to petrol as we renew our vehicles, and gradually to hybrid and electric vehicles. Two electric vehicles for short journeys have been acquired, as well as 3 hybrid vehicles for the Executive Committee.


  • Water consumption reduced by 45% between 2021 and 2022.
  • Electricity consumption was reduced by 23% between 2021 and 2022.
  • The total quantity of waste has been halved between September 2022 and September 2023.


  • Gender equality index of 80/100 by 2022, including the following indicator: ratio of gross basic salary (executive/non-executive): 54%. An agreement on this subject has been in place since 2023
  • We meet our legal obligation to employ people with disabilities, with a rate higher than the mandatory 6%.
  • Each employee underwent an individual interview in 2022 and a professional interview for those who were concerned. These interviews provide an opportunity for employees to review their careers and consider possible career paths.
  • Training is provided to help employees develop their skills. In 2022, 43% of staff received training (compared with 36% in 2021).
  • We looked for partnerships that would be consistent with our values and the messages conveyed by our brands. One of the areas we felt was essential was the owner/animal relationship, the emotional and mutual bond that each brings to the other.
  • As part of our status as a company with a mission, we have links with :
    • Woopets via Anthony, a portal dedicated to pets,
    • APA (Action Protection Animale) via Anne-Claire Chauvancy,
    • 30 millions d’amis via Katia Renard
  • The Brigitte Bardot Foundation supported us when we announced that we would stop using bark collars in September 2022.
  • a partner of Aninomade, an animal mediation association that works with animals in EPHAD and hospitals. This local association is based in Plombières-lès-Dijon in the Côte d’Or.
  • relations with other associations to develop partnerships:
    • L’école du chat (collection and neutering of stray cats, in Chalon sur Saône 71),
    • the Réserve naturelle de la Truchère (preservation of local flora and fauna, in Ratenelle, 71) and the SPA (Châtenoy le Royal, 71).
  • Promoting the integration of disabled people through work. Partnership with ESATs:
    • APAJH in Crissey: Restickage and manufacturing (Techreferesh mattresses),
    • CAT Fauconnet in Crissey, CAT Montret: for production and packaging activities.


Our code of conduct sets out our core values. It has been presented and explained to all staff so that everyone is fully aware of the fair practices expected within our company.
A corruption risk analysis was carried out. In 2022, 61 people were trained via an e-learning programme to provide the keys to understanding the issue and to train any new employees concerned.