At Tyson Foods, we’re building on our strong foundation to even better serve our customers and people’s changing tastes.
As we’ve said, our biggest opportunities for growth are in our value-added and international businesses – and I’m personally committed to sustainability in these areas and across our company.
- We launched a land stewardship pilot program with
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) using cloud-based
technology that could potentially be ground-breaking in
how we work with farmers to reduce GHG emissions,
improve water quality and maximize farmer profitability.
- We’re focused on accelerating and developing alternative protein – including through our own new product innovation – to give consumers even more protein options.
- We joined United Nations Global Compact, and publicly committed to implementing sustainability principles that support human rights, labor, the environment, and anti-corruption.
In addition to joining the UN Global Compact, we also
committed to advancing the UN Sustainable Development
Goals, which focus on ending poverty and hunger; ensuring
quality education for all; providing clean water and sanitation;
and promoting decent work and economic growth.
These commitments and goals align with our core values
and 5Cs culture. In fact, we already have several programs
in place that support these principles. We continually strive
to create a safe and healthy work environment; our Helping
Hands program aids team members in times of need; we
provide education programs through Upward Academy and
technical skills training through our Connect 4 program; and
Meals That Matter® supports disaster relief efforts. We’re a
proud part of a global community of like-minded companies
working to do good.
Every day, we’re acting on our purpose – to raise the world’s
expectations for how much good food can do. We strive to
deliver profitable business growth, while doing what’s right
for our customers, consumers, suppliers, team members,
communities, the planet and our shareholders. And we’ll
keep raising expectations as we grow.
President & CEO, Tyson Foods