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December 4, 2020

New partnership

Esselunga joins our Network 

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Esselunga, the leading company operating in the supermarket retail sector in Italy, has added its name to the list of companies supporting the One Ocean Foundation’s projects and initiatives in defense of the health of our oceans. Esselunga joins our network of companies that are leaders in their respective sectors, such as Allianz, Rolex, Intesa San Paolo, Audi and many others.

The collaboration, which will allow our messages on preservation of the marine environment to reach ever more Italian families, is launching with Esselunga’s support for The Adventure of Water – an important environmental education project aimed at pupils in Italian primary schools. The Adventure of Water is an educational kit created with the backing of the National Research Council – Institute of Polar Sciences, which addresses issues related to climate change, water pollution, microplastics, delicate natural balances and, consequently, our individual actions.


Jan Pachner, Secretary General of the Foundation, underlined that “The collaboration with Esselunga strengthens our network of companies actively engaged in supporting the environmental cause. Our ambition is to make as many people as possible aware of the state of our seas and the concrete actions that can protect them. We believe that a culture of respect for the environment and the sea is learned from a young age, and we are convinced that leading companies such as Esselunga can provide an invaluable contribution to achieving our goal.”


“The environment and its protection are one of the five pillars of Esselunga’s sustainability strategy. We have always attached great importance to the promotion of educational initiatives aimed at younger generations.” commented Roberto Selva, Chief Marketing & Customer Officer of Esselunga.

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