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Moving considerately the world over

As one of the most admired food companies in the world, we’re dependent on natural resources. It’s on us to use them carefully and responsibly.

We have the ability do right by future generations and leave our planet better than we found it.
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Making progress where it counts

Continuous improvement matters to us. In addition to our annual Global Impact report, we created our 20 By 30 Challenge: 20 world-improving goals to hit by 2030.

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Becoming more protective of earthly materials

We believe in an aggressive pursuit of reducing waste, conserving water and renewing energy.

Supply Chain
Sharing high standards with our partners

We work alongside people who are just as intentional about food quality and integrity as we are.

Innovating for our future and our earth’s

For more than 130 years, innovation has been part of our DNA. It’s not a department, it’s our philosophy.

Being mindful of our impact

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Regenerative Agriculture

Projects that help restore soil and help lessen the effects of climate change are critical to us

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions / Climate Impact

From our plants to our delivery logistics, we’re minimizing our impact on air quality

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Food Waste & Loss

As we work toward zero food waste, we’re working to drastically decrease what we contribute to landfills

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Eco-friendly Packaging

We’re making packaging improvements and innovations in order to save materials and promote recyclability

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Animal Wellbeing

We want every animal to be raised in a healthy environment and treated properly

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Nutrition Access & Affordability

We work to make our products affordable for consumers in every market


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Sun-Powered Snacking
Processing 100,000 pounds of grain a day takes a lot of energy, and this plant gets it from the sun
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