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Fratelli Carli: a family business
Our being a ‘family business’ is our strength. It signifies the assurance of continuity and of loyalty to our story that we share with the many people who assist us in doing what we have always done: make good fruits from solid roots.
"We want to be the point of reference in the dissemination of Mediterranean gastronomic and cultural tradition, without compromises regarding ethics and quality, in a way that respects the environment and people."
Our guiding principle: don’t just do, do well. This is why we can guarantee top quality and focus on every detail, always.
Looking back in time we have taken ideas to renew our approach, creating a unique style that can transmit the care we put in our work.
Being a part of the daily eating habits of families is a great responsibility that we take seriously, because we know that this trust must be repaid with quality, care and respect.
We are always open to innovation, with respect for the predominance of experience. We work in the era of evolved tradition, focused on preserving our uniqueness.
Together to build a new enterprise model
Our Sustainability Committee consists of the representatives of all of the company’s functions. It guides and coordinates everyone’s efforts towards being a company that can contribute to the creation of a new social and development model.
A story based on quality and sustainability
Our roots are in farming and in traditional Ligurian life. This is a region that has handed down through the generations a passion for quality, love for the land, respect for people, for work and for the cycle of the seasons. This is why we have always felt ‘naturally sustainable’.
Our color is green, but we like pink as wellOur quota of female staff amounts to 47%. And the number is growing.
We don’t waste time with wordsThe ingredients for our food specialties are only a few and all natural, just as ‘homemade’ recipes require.
We know that small is beautifulThere are over 200 very small and small producers making the ‘good oil’ with us.
We do everything out in the openWe use only renewable electric power, in part produced by our own photovoltaic system.
Our olive oil is enrichingAlmost 5000 students per year visit our Carlo Carli Olive Tree Museum.
The pillars of our Responsible Progress
Clients and employees have always been part of the family
We offer our clients products and services of excellence and we motivate the people who work with us.
Materials and Products
Our unwavering choice has always been for very high quality
We analyze and improve sustainability in every life phase of our products and we support the use of environmentally-friendly materials.
The Supply Chain
We have always chosen our suppliers carefully, and we know them in person
We share our values and our goals with our employees and our suppliers so we can contribute together to a new development model.
Energy and Resources
Wasting means lack of respect. That is why we have always avoided wasting resources
We reduce the use of non-renewable natural resources and the quantity of production-generated waste.
Mediterranean Culture and Tradition
We have been spreading the culture of sustainability and of healthy eating from the beginning
We promote good practices for a sustainable lifestyle and for healthy eating, in line with Mediterranean tradition.
Fratelli Carli is a Benefit Corporation: A century-long vocation
To be a Benefit Corporation not only means to want to be the best company in the world but also the best company for the world.
Making the future together
“In 2014 we were the first Italian company to become a Benefit Corporation. A company that firmly believes in the possibility of building a better future for people and for the planet. This choice stems from our family history: a century-long journey that has deep roots. On this solid foundation we have created a concrete project with an important goal: that of contributing to a new kind of progress inspired by the sharing of well-being and by the respect for the environment.”