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Member since

16 May 2004

Federation of Migros Cooperatives

Migros is the number one retailer in Switzerland. Ten regional-based Migros cooperatives and Migros-owned companies are active in the Swiss retail business, and in 2014, they generated a 27.3 billion in sales, an 20.4% share of the Swiss retail market.

Since its establishment in 1925, Migros has developed its own industry. In 2014, Migros industries generated a turnover of 6 billion.

In 1941, Migros companies were transformed to consumer cooperatives, with 2.1 million members today; Federation of Migros Cooperatives was made their national processing and wholesale buying centre. Regional cooperatives run about 648 stores. There are, however, no sales of alcoholic drinks or tobacco. In production and buying, Migros supports ethical and sustainable principles. 1% of its sales go to Migros non-business cultural scheme (122 million). Migros is an efficient distributor of goods and values in Switzerland and over 97,000 employees help in doing so, daily.
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  • Mibelle Group Nutrition, Mifa AG Frenkendorf
  • Mibelle Group, Mibelle AG Buchs
  • Midor AG
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ACOP Report Submissions

2017 federation of migros cooperatives-ACOP2017.pdf 55.0 KB
2015 federation of migros cooperatives-ACOP2015.pdf 59.1 KB
2014 federation of migros cooperatives-ACOP2014b.pdf 50.5 KB
2013/2014 federation-of-migros-cooperatives-ACOP2014.pdf 40.2 KB
2011/2012 ACOP2012_Retailer_3-0001-04-000-00-79.pdf -
2010/2011 ACOP 2011 - Migros.pdf -

Organisation's Commitments Toward Sustainability

  • How will your organisation promote the RSPO internally and to other stakeholders?
    - on our Homepage and trademark on products
    - we have regular meetings with Retailers Palm Oil Group, WWF, suppliers
  • 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?
    - RSPO certified palm oil is a general requirement for our food products
  • Where relevant, how will your organisation work towards implementing the RSPO Principles and Criteria or assessing supplier performance against these criteria?
    - RSPO is a general requirement for palm oil in food products, we do annual supplier surveys
  • 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?
    - We feel a need for additional criteria for P&C
    - We support RSPO with requiring only RSPO certified palm oil in our food supply chain
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