Zamora Co gives €400,000 to help disadvantaged groups
According to The Spirits Business, The Martin Miller’s Gin owner said it was aware of the “difficulties hundreds of families are experiencing right now”, particularly in Spain where the virus is rapidly spreading.
As such, the company has promised to make financial donations to organisations with social missions, such as the Red Cross, Caritas or the Food Bank Foundation.
Emilio Restoy, Zamora Company CEO, said: “It is a duty for us as a socially responsible company to contribute during a situation as exceptional as this, and for this reason we will spare no effort in helping those who believe are more vulnerable right now.”
Zamora Company added it was paying “particular attention” to the needs of its employees during the pandemic. It has suspended face-to-face meetings as instructed by the Spanish Ministry of Health, as well as business trips within and outside of Spain.
Production hygiene measures have been increased, as sales of the firm’s products in the off-trade have risen. The group’s wineries and the Licor 43 factory in Cartagena, Spain, currently remain open.
Zamora Company’s e-commerce platform, Club Venturio, currently remains operational as online purchases rise.
Read More at source: The Spirits Business
Image Source: The Spirits Business