DGL Sustainability



We team up with nature, side by side with partners who complement our strengths, nurturing a spirit of collaboration that welcomes our team, growers, birds, bees, fungi, and every element of the ecosystem into our collective efforts.


Partnership: “Our Vital Partners in Growth”

At Daccache Green Line, our journey begins with the strong bonds we've formed with farmers, many of whom have been our partners for generations. Together with our close-knit community, we stand as one of Mount Lebanon's largest groups of fresh vegetable producers, offering a rich variety of fruits and vegetables.
In collaboration with our chain partners, we ensure that our customers receive only the healthiest, certified produce. Through these partnerships, we not only support local livelihoods but also contribute to the overall economic growth of the Mount Lebanon region, making a real difference in our community.


People: Our team is The Key to Our Achievements

Every day, our diverse team of employees from across the Middle East puts in the hard work needed to keep our operations running smoothly. At Daccache Green Line we're committed to providing them with a safe and supportive work environment. Whether they're temporary workers seeking refuge from war-torn countries or long-term residents, we believe everyone deserves decent housing. Additionally, we provide capacity building and educational support, especially for the families and children of refugees among our team members, ensuring they have the tools they need to thrive in the future.


Planet: Preserving Nature to Cultivate Quality

At our farm, we're dedicated to following Good Agricultural Practices (GAP). This means we use methods to ensure our products are safe and healthy, while also taking care of the environment and making the most of the plants and animals around us. Twenty percent of the district where our land is located is actually a biosphere reserve. It's home to over 724 types of plants, 25 kinds of mammals, and more than 137 bird species. We also have cedar, pine, and walnut trees, creating a diverse ecosystem that's crucial for our crops. This approach reflects our commitment to sustainability, making a positive impact on both our community and the environment we deeply care about.