Commited to the

2030 agenda

Within the framework of the 2030 Agenda adopted by the UN, Grupo Jorge adheres to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), actively participating and putting our expertise into specific actions aimed at achieving various SDGs.

These SDGs comprise 17 global goals for 2030, aiming to end poverty, fight against inequality and injustice and tackle climate change. The goals provide a visionary, overarching framework for global cooperation and action, bring all the interested parties together to address and remedy these challenges proactively.

Jorge Group

Jorge Group is one of Spain’s largest meat producers with a market presence in the pork meat sector for over 80 years. Our long history means that today we can count on renown and prestige on the international stage while we continue to pledge ourselves to an ambitious investment project. 

Our philosophy is to join all available forces and take advantage of the synergy which our plural and vertical company structure can provide, all with solid foundations in sustainable development, all of which guarantees total control of the processes and the production chain and ensures that the high quality of our products is maintained. 


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Develpment Sectors

Feeding the future

For a brighter future

Based on our conviction that sustainability is the key to a better future, we have designed a strategy that contributes to protecting the environment and improving society. The goal at Grupo Jorge is to grow in as green a way as possible, looking after what is most important: your health and your loved ones.

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2030 Agenda

We are committed to the Sustainable Development Goals in the 2030 Agenda, to eradicating poverty, protecting our planet and ensuring everyone prospers.

Green energies

We assume responsibility for our environmental impact and offset it using renewable energies, balancing out our carbon footprint through the planting of hardwoods.

Cyclical economy

We are working to improve how our resources and waste are managed. We foster industrial symbiosis, with each stage in our production involved in the process.

The strength of a great team

Family History

In the 1940s, Fernando Samper Pinilla started up a small business buying and selling pig livestock. Today we are a worldwide business group, committed to quality and customer service.

A vertical and sustainable business model

We work together on whole production chain of the pork meat processes as well as in the renewable energy and agricultural sectors. We are present in over 75 countries including China, Japan and Canada.


We possess international homologation certificates and quality guarantees which can vouch for us in any corner of the world.


Behind every idea are people who are prepared to take on new challenges with talent, specialization and commitment.


Constant reinvestment guarantees the latest technology in the facilities of our three sectors of development.

Pork meat tasty and healthy

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    Colección de Arte Grupo Jorge

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    Desde su compromiso con la sociedad y la cultura, Grupo Jorge ha desarrollado un importante proyecto de recuperación, conservación y divulgación de la obra de los artistas más representativos de la historia del arte español.

    Su colección está compuesta por tres nucleos: El primero se centra en el arte aragonés desde el s. XV, el segundo atiende al arte español de los siglos XVII al XIX y el tercero muestra la obra de artistas vanguardistas y contemporáneos del s. XX y XXI.

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