Cranswick, one of UK’s biggest food companies, has just announced its new sustainability plans that are quite impressive. The company has pledged to become a ‘zero-waste’ business by 2030 and has also launched its new ‘Second Nature’ plan, which features promises to purchase only renewable energy and switch to greener packaging options.
Cranswick, which provides a wide range of meats and pastry products, said it will switch to 100 per cent recyclable packaging by 2025 and start using 100 per cent renewable electricity from next month.
“We want to be agents of change, addressing key environmental and social issues from farm to fork,” commercial director Jim Brisby said in a statement. “Second Nature is not just a project; it is a movement whereby we fully intend to change the world we operate in. We aim to lead sustainability across agriculture and food production on a global scale by integrating sustainability as second nature to what we do, how we work, and why we do it.”