Sustainability for the next generations.
As a third-generation family business, sustainability is an important part of Jancke's corporate philosophy.
As an environmental partner of the Hanseatic City of Hamburg, our company has been "Ökoprofit" certified for many years.
With the investments made in recent years, we have reduced our CO₂ emissions by around 40%.
2011 – Member of RSPO Round Table on Sustainable Palmoil
Since 2011 we are an ordinary member of the RSPO and purchase all palm oil products in segregated (SG) or mass balance (MB) quality.
2011 – Installation of a block heating station
2012 – Certified to use sustainably cultivated cocoa
2015 – Umstellung von RSPO MB auf SG
2016 – Extension of UTZ Certificate to Hazelnuts
2017 – License for UTZ Coffee
2018 – Conversion of lighting in production, warehouse and office building to LED
2019 – Participation in the research project on material efficiency of the Ministry for the Environment, Climate, Energy and Agriculture accompanied by ifu Institut für Umweltinformatik Hamburg GmbH and the University of Hamburg Department of International Business and Sustainability
2021 – Project to determine the corporate carbon footprint including Scope 1, Scope 2 and Scope 3 according to the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG)
2022 – Switch to 100% renewable eco electricity as well as CO2 compensated eco gas to achieve our target of CO2 neutrality by 2025
Social guidelines -
What is important to us!
Emplyoment is freely choosen
Slavery and bonded labour are totally unacceptable. Almost 21 million people are victims of forced labour.
Freedom of accociation and the right to collective bargaining are respected
Tens of thousands of workers lose their job every year for attempting to form or join a trade union or improve working conditions.Some even lose their lives.
Working conditions are safe and hygienic
An estimated 2.3 million people die every year from work-related accidents and diseases.
Child labour shall not be used
168 million children work to support their families, missing out on education and often damaging their health. This reinforces the cycle of poverty.
Living vages are paid
Roughly half the world‘s population still lives on two dollars a day. If people can't feed their families on an adults vage they may send their children to work.
Working hours are now excessive
Long working hours are the norm for most of the world's workers. This damages peoples health and undermines family life.
No discrimination is practised
Woman and certain minorities are often confined to the lowest-paid jobs with no access to training or promotion.
Regular employment is provided
Most worker can be laid off when it suits the employer. This fuels poverty and insecurity and drives down wages.
No harsh or inhuman treatment is allowed
Few workers have protection against physical, verbal or sexual abuse in the workplace.