Taylor Farms Releases 2020 Social Responsibility and Sustainability Report
SALINAS, CA - As suppliers of fresh produce, it is paramount that companies maintain a sustainable relationship with the Earth. As such, many of our industry’s leaders are constantly evolving their extensive sustainability initiatives. Taylor Farms is one such company, recently publishing its 2020 Social Responsibility and Sustainability Report, featuring innovative advancements in environmental, business, and community stewardship.
“We are extremely proud of the hard work that is showcased in this report,” said Bruce Taylor, Chairman and CEO. “We are committed to leading change to be a force for good in the world and have taken risks as we search for unique breakthroughs and solutions to create positive impacts. This bi-annual report is proof that those risks—made possible by our business and innovative culture—have been successful. I am humbled by how far we have come as we celebrate our 25th anniversary and motivated by the ever-evolving vision of our employees, partners, customers, and consumers to create healthier lives for all.”
Taylor Farms’ 2020 Social Responsibility and Sustainability Report focuses on three core pillars where the company has committed to leaving the world a better place through impactful actions.
As reported in a press release, these three core pillars are interconnected, each sustaining the other, and are brought to life through the company’s transformative business model and innovative culture, which includes maintaining a:
- Healthy Environment – Resource Conservation and Responsible Business Practices
- Healthy Business – Quality and Food Safety, Innovation, Enhancing Consumer Experience, and Workforce Development
- Healthy Community – Youth Development, Food Accessibility, and Health and Wellness
“Our mission to create healthy lives transcends across our entire Taylor Farms ecosystem from preserving a healthy environment, promoting healthy communities, and ultimately sustaining the health of our business,” said Nicole Flewell, Director of Sustainability. “It is because of the entire Taylor team of 20,000 employees that we’ve been able to use our scale for good and make a positive, long-lasting social and environmental impact from farm to fork.”
To read Taylor Farms’ Sustainability Report in full, click here. As always, ANUK will continue bringing you the latest news in fresh produce, so stick with us!