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Pilgrim's Releases 2022 Sustainability Report; Fabio Sandri Details

Pilgrim's Releases 2022 Sustainability Report; Fabio Sandri Details


GREELEY, CO
Tuesday, October 3rd, 2023

The powerhouse Pilgrim’s operation is getting more and more sustainable with each passing week. As the company implements its ambitious, eco-friendly strategies, Pilgrim’s has shared an update through its 2022 Sustainability Report.

Fabio Sandri, Chief Executive Officer, Pilgrim's Pride“At Pilgrim’s, sustainability is embedded throughout our business and provides the opportunity to leverage our scale, influence, and expertise to help agriculture be part of the climate solution as we work to fight climate change,” said Fabio Sandri, Chief Executive Officer. “As a key player in the food system, we are lowering our emissions and supporting producers, suppliers, and customers to continue improving their environmental footprint and preserving natural resources as well.”

The comprehensive report features key highlights from across the company’s global operations, detailing advancements in critical areas of sustainability in the United States, the United Kingdom, Continental Europe, and Mexico over the past year. The report also includes updates on the supplier’s sustainability goals and case studies related to its pledge to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040.

As the company implements its ambitious, eco-friendly strategies, Pilgrim’s has shared an update through its 2022 Sustainability Report

Some key highlights shares in the report include:

  • Approved 120+ scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions reduction projects for implementation in PPC facilities
  • Achieved a 20 percent reduction in scope 1 and 2 GHG emission intensity
  • Enrolled 350+ team members and/or their children in classes to pursue tuition-free higher education through our Better Futures program in the U.S.
  • Leveraged 100 percent renewable electricity in Pilgrim’s UK and Pilgrim’s Food Masters businesses
  • Improved Safety Index by 16.8 percent in the U.S., 15 percent in Europe, and 9.4 percent in Mexico

“This report allows us to share the progress we’ve made and identifies areas of ongoing opportunity, and we hope it also serves as a way to push forward the food and agriculture industry as a whole,” added Sandri. “As a large company and employer, we recognize that the role we play extends beyond our own walls, and we continue to work on delivering scalable solutions to the sustainability challenges that impact us all.”

For more details on the report, click here.

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