Working for a global protein leader and one of the largest food companies in the country, we’re often asked: what is Tyson Foods doing to help address some of the world’s biggest sustainability challenges?
Tyson Foods has taken meaningful steps to advance our ESG Strategy: The Formula to Feed the Future, which includes how we’re reimagining our people and community impact, driving product responsibility and working toward sustaining natural resources and the planet. We were the first U.S.-based protein company in the food and beverage sector to receive approval on our greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction targets by the Science Based Targets initiative. In 2020, we became the first U.S.-based food company to work to verify our independent suppliers’ sustainable cattle production at scale. These are just a few examples, but with demand growing for affordable, nutritious protein, we have pushed ourselves to take bold action on one of our most complex sustainability efforts.
Over the past two years, we’ve undertaken a collaborative process to explore how to address a key GHG emissions source in our value chain: beef production.
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