Sustainable Food System


The world faces worsening climate change. 2018 was the fourth warmest year on record, beaten only by 2015, 2016 and 2017. The rapid warming of our planet is likely to worsen risk factors in our global food system, from extreme weather and water scarcity, to soil quality loss and disruption to the political, economic and social systems that underpin how we produce and distribute food.

The global food system is responsible for around 30 percent of greenhouse gas emissions. We believe that it can become more carbon-efficient and resilient and also play a significant role in regenerating the health of our climate through carbon sequestration.

In Australia and New Zealand we have:

  • Recycled more than 96% of our waste production.
  • Reduced energy consumption across our sites by 23% per kg produced since 2006.
  • Installed solar panels at our Regency Park manufacturing site with plansto install in our Tingalpa site in 2020.

Learn more about our Climate goals: Climate Change Mitigation