In a region where female unemployment is high, Grasil has a female workforce of over 90% of their total workers, making up almost the totality of their management team.
Their workforce is gender equal, with the same amount of women and men working.
Even though they're still not certified, they're an example when it comes to positive social impact - they contribute to 260 families in the region, making up 15% of the total population. Their workforce is 90% women, a very important statistic for a region and industry so deeply affected by gender inequality when it comes to the workplace. In 2020, their average salary was 33% higher than the country minimum wage, which translates into a higher quality of life.
Together with MPL, they make up 42% of all our production costs.