At Masterpro, we are led by our desire to improve. For this reason we are constantly increasing our knowledge through research, study and experience. This attitude of continuous improvement is possible thanks to the professionalism and meticulousness with which Masterpro faces the challenge of taking professional cuisine into foodies' homes.
Masterpro applies the most professional production processes, while taking care of the design and manufacturing in order to comply with the most demanding quality standards, and paying the closest possible attention to detail, thus bringing a real change to the world of cooking.
We believe that, through cooking, we have the opportunity to change lives. We are passionate about helping foodies make a difference in their kitchens, in their lives and in the world. This is why we strive to conceive a new generation of products which are destined to empower their skills.
At Masterpro we combine experience and knowledge. We bring different perspectives together, from chefs and cooking schools to industrial designers, thus achieving highly professional, exceptional quality products.
Sustainability is a key part of our vision for the future and a commitment which is shared by all of us who work at MASTERPRO. We therefore launch specific projects, which range from social inclusion to providing nutrition and education for the most underprivileged. Masterpro subscribes to the BSCI Code of Conduct, which aims to achieve the compliance of internationally recognised social and environmental standards.
In response to our commitment to society, Bergner Europe is a member of AMFORI, which guarantees the application of a specific code of conduct in its relations with its suppliers and its commitment to the achievement of the common international objective to improve working conditions in the world.
The AMFORI Code of Conduct aims to achieve the fulfilment of certain social and environmental standards, in compliance with the ILO agreements, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and the elimination of every form of discrimination against women, the UN Global Compact and the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and other relevant internationally recognised agreements.