Golden Omega Obtains ESG Certification from SSIndex

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Omega-3 expert Golden Omega has obtained the sustainability certification SSIndex for the second year running.

The Stakeholders Sustainability Index (SSINDEX) helps companies and investors anticipate risks and reduce costs by cross-analysing ESG (environmental, social, and governance) information from employees, clients, suppliers, communities, and investors.

The SSIndex also improves traditional engagement survey tools by interconnecting information and identifying specific lines of action due to its proprietary methodology.

This certification demonstrates that the Chile-based subsidiary dedicated to the production of high-quality Omega-3 fatty acids has been positively evaluated for its environmental, social, and governance management.

The global assessment obtained by Golden Omega for its ESG performance allowed it to opt for the certification granted by the entity, which reached 72% among all its stakeholders, a figure 5% higher than the average of SSIndex 2022 companies.

Likewise, Golden Omega was certified during 2022 in its management of collaborators, clients, and suppliers, groups in which it obtained an average score of 77%, 84%, and 87%, respectively.

This indicator, created by academics from prestigious universities in the United States, makes it possible to identify and manage sources of risk and sustainability through a complete analysis of the stakeholders consulted.

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