Grupo Bimbo was recognized as the best Mexican company in the world in 2023


The baking company was the best ranked in Mexico in “The Best Companies in the World”, a ranking prepared by Time and Statista.

Grupo Bimbo, the prominent global bakery company, has been recognized as the Best Mexican Company in the World 2023, in the recently launched ranking “The Best Companies in the World”, prepared by Time magazine in collaboration with Statista, a leading market research provider.

The achievement reaffirms Bimbo’s position at the top of the best-evaluated Mexican companies, as it places it in fourth place in the food and beverage category, ranking 113th overall, among the 750 companies studied worldwide.

The methodology used to select “The Best Companies in the World” was based on an exhaustive analysis carried out by Time and Statista, focused on three key dimensions: employee satisfaction, financial growth in revenue, and achievements in terms of productivity. sustainability (ESG). The data collected in these three areas was evaluated, consolidated, and weighted in a scoring model, with a maximum score of 100 points.

“This recognition as one of the Best Companies in the World is a reflection of the work and passion of the more than 145 thousand employees who are part of Grupo Bimbo. Since our founding 78 years ago, we have sought to be an agent of change that positively impacts the communities where we operate, contribute to caring for and regenerating natural systems, as well as always offer the best products with the highest quality to all our consumers,” explains Daniel Servitje, General Director of Grupo Bimbo.

In the ranking of “The Best Companies in the World”, there are companies from various industries, including retail, manufacturing, engineering, automotive, and services, among others. Some of the most notable companies on the list include Microsoft, Apple, Alphabet, Meta, Accenture, and Pfizer, among others.

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Source: Forbes Mexico

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