Sustainable development and growth has been a core value of Flor de Caña throughout its 125-year history, with a holistic focus:
Environment · Employees · Community
Distilled 100% with Renewable Energy
For over 10 years, Flor de Caña rums have been distilled with 100% renewable energy.
Every year, the company plants 50,000 trees to protect water resources and wildlife in the region. Over the past 12 years, this amounts to 600,000 trees and an area larger than Manhattan island.
Flor de Caña has a recycling program through which 250 tons of cardboard, 700 tons of glass and 76,000 pounds of plastic are recycled every year.
13 million pounds of CO2 are captured every year during the fermentation process and sold to soft drink and beer industries.
Company School (since 1913)
The children of workers receive free education at the company school, founded in 1913. Currently there are around 600 students enrolled.
Company Hospital (since 1958)
The workers and their families receive free medical attention at the company hospital, founded in 1958. Every year, the hospital performs approximately 700 surgeries and over 250 births.
APROQUEN (Asociación Pro Niños Quemados)
Flor de Caña has been the main donor to APROQUEN since being founded in 1991. The mission of this nonprofit organization is to provide free medical services to child burn victims and children born with cleft lips and palates. The Flor de Caña brand has funded more than 500,000 free medical services provided by APROQUEN over the past 25 years.
American Nicaraguan Foundation (ANF): Helping relieve poverty in Nicaragua
Flor de Caña has been a strong supporter of the American Nicaraguan Foundation (ANF) for the past 15 years. ANF is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to reduce the impact of poverty on the lives of the most vulnerable populations in Nicaragua. By supporting ANF, Flor de Caña has helped create opportunities and better futures for the underprivileged sectors of the country.
15 years supporting education: INCAE
For the past 15 years, Flor de Caña has contributed significantly to the scholarship fund of the prestigious INCAE Business School, the premier school of business in Latin America, thus promoting progress in the region by supporting education.
Nicaraguan Institute for the Promotion of Responsible Consumption (INPROCRES)
Responsible consumption is at the top of the CSR ladder for Flor de Caña. Along with the national brewing company, the INPROCRES was established 5 years ago with the purpose of regulating marketing practices and assisting over 200,000 parents in how to talk about alcohol with their children.