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Smithfield Foods Nabs McDonald’s Sustainable Supplier Award

mcdonalds.jpgMcDonald’s USA recently recognized Smithfield Foods, a pork supplier for the McDonald’s system, with the company’s first-ever Sustainability Award. The award, which will become an annual honor, recognizes the supplier that best exemplifies the McDonald’s vision, principles and values for sustainable supply.

In May, Smithfield issued its 7th CSR and Environmental Annual Report. According to the report, NOVs were reduced by 12% since the last report, first processing solid waste generation per unit was reduced by 33.3%, the recycling rate nearly doubled from the previous year, overall solid waste generation grew 46% since 2005, first processing electricity efficiency improved by 7% since 2005, first processing water use efficiency improved by 26% since 2005, and overall natural gas use rose by 8% since last reported.

In 2007, UK McDonald’s started selling Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee.

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One thought on “Smithfield Foods Nabs McDonald’s Sustainable Supplier Award

  1. Smithfield foods? Weren’t they smacked with one of the bigggest lawsuits in EPA history about ten years ago and weren’t they on record for saying that they’d rather spend more on court costs fighting EPA than spend anything on pollution prevention? And is a 7% reduction in NOVs really something to be proud of? How about getting ZERO NOVs? And their solid waste generation has gone UP 46%? What am I missing here?
    Are they really the BEST supplier McDonald’s could find? sheesh.

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