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From West Africa to Buchs – the sustainable journey of cocoa beans to Chocolat Frey
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100% UTZ-certified cocoa at Chocolat Frey – just one example of how Migros leads the way
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Riseria Taverne and Risoletto's rice – careful selection of suppliers and meticulous production
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Risoletto comes from
the chocolate heart of
Migros Industry
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Quality assurance for
food and consumer
goods – Migros' Swiss Quality Testing Services
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94 276 employees from
152 countries – dedicated
to Risoletto and much more
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Risoletto passes through many female fingers –
the backbone of Migros
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Taking the bitter with
the sweet – one of
3500 trainees at Migros
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Just like magic – why Risoletto never runs out
in more than 700 Migros stores and branches
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Blind tasting session
with insiders – Risoletto
at the FMC's Assembly
of Delegates
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Cooperative Governance is a key element of Migros’ culture. Proper, diligent management of the Federation of Migros Cooperatives (FMC) is one of the core responsibilities of the Board of Directors and the Executive Board. As decision makers, they are well aware of their economic, social and environmental responsibilities to all stakeholders. These conduct directives also reflect the will and legacy of Migros founder Gottlieb Duttweiler.

The Board of Directors (supervisory board) and the Executive Board (executive management) of the FMC attach great importance to good corporate governance. Those who take the decisions are constantly striving to find the right balance between the conflicting priorities in the expectations of the Cooperative members, employees, customers, consumers and business partners. To live up to this ambitious goal, Migros, as the number one company in Swiss retailing, is guided by the needs of all stakeholders. Open communication and maximum transparency are both part of this.