Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility

Edita’s people are its most valuable asset, and the company strives to acknowledge this by offering a safe and rewarding employee experience. Edita supports its employees’ professional growth by regularly providing a variety of trainings and learning opportunities.

Sales workshops are consistently delivered to the team, each to improve a different set of skills. After conducting assessments in early 2018, the academy invited Beacon Training UK to conduct Middle Management Sales trainings in April and December 2018, with focus on improving people management skills and operational efficiency frameworks.

Edita is the first company in Egypt to realize the potential of perfecting an effective industrial culture, particularly through using Franklin Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People framework As a result, and in cooperation with FC Egypt, an industrial version of the framework was delivered in 2018 to 785 Edita workers, across 1,570 training days. The training boosted employee efficiency at the workplace, and encouraged bcritical thinking, task-orientation and proactivity.


Joining the UN Global Compact (UNGC) has provided Edita with an excellent opportunity to assess its current sustainability practices, identify strengths, and select areas on which to focus developmental efforts. The UNGC encourages corporations and relevant stakeholders to adopt improved more sustainable business and environmental practices and in turn, benefit their communities while maintaining desired operational levels. Edita finalized a sustainability framework aligned with the UNGC’s principles and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), specifically choosing six goals that align with its mission as a major industrial snack foods company and a socially responsible entity.

Read our 2019 Sustainability Report