Here at Deli Market News, our eyes are always peeled for the latest sustainability strategies and company growth efforts. Recently, Tyson Foods released its 2021 (FY21) Sustainability Report, detailing its ambitious approach toward supporting its people and communities, driving product responsibility, and working to sustain natural resources.
“More than ever, Tyson Foods is operating as part of a global food system and we have a critical role to play in responsibly producing food that is affordable, accessible, and nutritious,” said John R. Tyson, Executive Vice President, Strategy and Chief Sustainability Officer. “At the same time, we are investing in team member benefits and services to become the most sought-after place to work in the protein industry.”
Tyson Foods began establishing long-range 2030 goals and metrics to bolster its environmental, social, and governance (ESG) priorities back in 2021. With the help of an extensive materiality assessment, the supplier engaged diverse internal and external partners to identify important issues where opportunities could be addressed.
According to a press release, this assessment helped Tyson Foods to fine-tune the pillars of its Formula to Feed the Future strategy, a dynamic framework to help build a food system that supports all people and sustains the planet.
Other key achievements supporting this framework include:
To read the report in its entirety, click here.
Deli Market News will be here to report as more companies advance their strategies to achieve increased sustainability and social responsibility.