MAXIMA Group on March 2023, MAXIMA GRUPĖ joined Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), which unites companies and organizations working to reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. 

MAXIMA GRUPĖ commits to reducing the environmental impacts in all five market areas of the Group's activities following the SBTi guidelines. The Group companies operating in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, and Bulgaria jointly plan to reduce direct and indirect greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (within Scope 1 and Scope 2) at the Group level by 42% by 2030 compared to the baseline year 2021. To achieve science-based goals, it is important to evaluate not only the direct GHG emissions of companies but also the emissions coming from external partners throughout the company's value chain. Under the SBTi methodology, the objective is to ensure that at least 67% of suppliers (calculation based on the Group's GHG emissions) set emission reduction targets. 


















At MAXIMA GRUPĖ we strive that sustainability would become an integral part of our every operation. It is what’s right for our customers, employees, partners, communities and the environment. As retail leader and one of the biggest taxpayers in the Baltics with gradually expanding the operations in Poland and Bulgaria, it is important for us to act in a responsible way and respond to the global challenges and trends that society faces. Being part of a tight network of local and international suppliers, MAXIMA GRUPĖ is aware of multiple challenges it has to respond to regarding its social and environmental performance.

MAXIMA GRUPĖ has a firm direction to be a responsible leading retailer and create a shared value for our customers, suppliers and societies we operate in. After joining United Nations Global Compact initiative, in 2021 MAXIMA GRUPĖ released the first Corporate Social Responsibility report.




Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2022




Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2021


Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2020 













Maxima Grupė‘s Corruption prevention policy includes main transparency principles, requirements and guidelines how to ensure anti-corruption practices in our everyday operations.  

A trust line is maintained at the company where you can anonymously report possible cases of corruption or other criminal activity in the company. The email address is and the phone number is +370 669 00130. We guarantee confidentiality.


MAXIMA GRUPĖ Supplier Code of Conduct sets out the key requirements of MAXIMA GRUPĖ UAB and the legal entities it directly and indirectly controls for suppliers, to create the preconditions for implementing the highest standards of business ethics in the supply chain. The Code of Conduct reflects the effort of the Group Companies to strengthen sustainable collaboration with suppliers, promoting practices that are lawful, professional and fair, including respect for human rights, business ethics and environmental protection.


Diversity and equal opportunities are the foundation of an open, forward-looking and thriving society. Equal Opportunities and Diversity policy sets out the core principles of the Group Companies for gender equality and non-discrimination on other grounds, along with guidelines for their implementation, adherence to which provides the conditions for practicing the highest standards of business ethics at the Group Company level.


In our operations, we build on the principles of integrity, transparency, respect and social responsibility, and, as the other companies of Vilniaus prekyba, we follow the Code of Conduct