SiCar Farms Makes Strides In Sustainability
MISSION, TX - If you’re an avid reader of ANUK, you are well aware that sustainability is a primary focus for many companies within the industry. SiCar Farms has recently made a stride in its sustainable efforts by adding over 3,600 solar panels to its packing houses in Colima, Michoacán and Veracruz, Mexico.
“Sustainability and obtaining net-zero has not only been a hopeful goal for us—it is our responsibility, and now our reality,” said President Luis Gudino. “We have had to make significant changes and investments to execute these energy solutions. Yet, we believe that the end result will make a considerable reduction impact on our carbon footprint.”
Over the past couple of years, SiCar Farms has been diligently pursuing its goal to be an established net-zero energy packer and shipper, a press release noted.
“Our commitment is with the planet, employees, and our customers,” Gudino continued. “We are dedicated to providing our customers with the highest quality products that engage the utmost quality standards and sustainable practices, processes, and developments available.”
Sustainability has been a consistent trend for retailers and consumers in the U.S., with many searching for produce companies that make similar investments into sustainability as the one SiCar has made.
How will the fresh produce industry transform as more companies make the transition to more sustainable practices? AndNowUKnow will continue to report.