Tyson Foods releases latest sustainability report
Water conservation, renewable fuels production, workplace safety improvements among highlighted areas
Tyson Foods has released their latest sustainability report, "Rooted in Tradition. Growing Responsibly," highlighting company achievements in several key areas of their business.
Some areas of focus include water conservation, renewable fuels production and workplace safety improvements. "Sustainability at Tyson Foods is about doing the right thing in all aspects of our business," said Kevin Igli, Tyson's chief environmental, health and safety officer. "Along with our 'Core Values,' it guides our actions in such important areas as hunger relief, food safety, environmental protection, animal well-being, ethical business practices and the health and safety of our employees."
Current sustainability goals include reducing water usage by 10%, producing up to 75 million gallons of bio-fuel annually and supporting government policies that will encourage the use of non-food sources for renewable energy.