Food waste is a serious global issue with many grocery stores and food processors sending uneaten food to landfills. In an effort to reduce its role in food waste, Kellogg UK pledge to reduce its organic waste in half by the year 2030. This pledge is part of the company's 'Better Days' commitment that seeks to reduce Kellogg's overall impact on the planet.
Rather than wasting its uneaten food, Kellog UK partnered with food redistribution charities like the Trussell Trust and FareShare. In 2018, Kellogg's was able to donate over 10 million servings of food. Chris Silcock, head of Kellogg UK, said: “Our goal is to always prevent waste occurring in the first place. That is why today we are saying we are going to reduce the amount of organic waste we produce by half. We are investing in training and new processes to help make this happen and is our top priority.”
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