Many food consumers surveyed in both North America and Europe say that sustainability considerations affect their food purchases, particularly for purchases of animal proteins and protein alternatives. Amazon, Target and Walmart have either launched or announced plans for net zero stores and McDonald’s has pledged to reach net zero for all of it’s restaurants and offices in the UK and Ireland by 2030 and be net zero throughout its UK and Ireland supply chain by 2040. Odds are that companies that haven’t already been asked by customers to measure and reduce greenhouse gas emissions will be asked soon.
The move to net zero will impact how birds are raised, processed, distributed and marketed. Join our panel of experts in a discussion of the challenges and opportunities that moving to net zero will have on how poultry companies operate. The recording of this panel discussion is brought to you by Evonik and Watt Global Media and will be posted soon on WATTPoultry.com.