De Heus recognized as best animal nutrition company in Spain

February 19, 2021 - De Heus Nutrition Animal has received the Business Excellence Award for "The Best Animal Nutrition Company" in Spain last month during an event organised by newspaper La Razon.

The company said that the recognition is the result of "great teamwork and a constant effort to contribute to innovation and sustainability in the livestock sector."

Francisco Marhuenda, the director of La Razon, oversaw the presentation of the award to De Heus Iberia CEO Jean-Francois Honore during a ceremony that highlighted the company's commitment to responsible food, the quality of its products and their essential role in the proper functioning of the supply chain.

Honore highlighted the effort and motivation of the entire team, as well as the trust placed in the company by its more than 4,300 direct customers, farmers and distributors.

"The most rewarding thing about our day-to-day work is to see our clients grow and progress. This award represents an impulse that helps us to continue working for a viable, efficient and environmentally responsible primary sector," Honore said.

Furthermore, the CEO added that "to be distinguished as the "Best Animal Nutrition Company" after a year as challenging as the one we have just left behind, is a great recognition of our contribution so that food production has been maintained with quality and efficiency as always, even in the worst moments of the pandemic ."

Since it began its journey in Spain in 2015, De Heus Nutricion Animal has not restricted itself to being just a supplier of compound feed, the company said.

"In addition to innovative and high-quality products, we want to make available to the farmer a wide range of services, nutritional solutions and technologies focused on ensuring the efficiency and viability of their businesses," said Honore. "All of this always keeping in mind the environmental sustainability of the production, which is a clear demand of the society in which we live and in which we will continue to actively work."