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Skretting has published its Sustainability Report 2021. This includes a Sustainability Roadmap 2025 based on three pillars: Health & Welfare, Climate & Circularity, and Good Citizenship. The main task is to identify company actions to reduce the carbon footprints of its feed solutions.
The report also defines the main challenges and provides specific examples for each stage of the life-cycle of its products. Including, ingredient production and transportation, alongside the manufacture, packaging, delivery, and use of its feeds through to end-of-life.
Therese Log Bergjord, CEO of Skretting, has talked about how they approach this year’s report: “We have seized this opportunity to be open and frank about how we aim to address dilemmas, the opportunities that we intend to embrace, and where we have identified room for improvement. This report also allows us to be accountable for those actions.”
Above all, the company acknowledges through this analysis the importance of collaborating with the other agents. The company confirmed is actively working on a pre-competitive level with its suppliers, customers, competitors, and other stakeholders to overcome any such challenges.
In addition to this, Jorge Diaz, Sustainability manager, indicated: “Our sustainability story cannot be written from only our own perspective. This is why we invited a group of key industry representatives to share their views in this report on a wide range of key topics. Including transparency, marine ingredients, and soy sourcing, certification, and environmental, social, and governance risks. These external contributions are extremely insightful and we are very grateful for them.”
Finally, Berjord concluded: “We’re proud of what we’ve achieved, but at the same time, we accept that not everything we do is perfect or that we have solved all the challenges that we face as a company and as an industry. Instead, we have seized this opportunity to be open and frank about how we aim to address dilemmas, the opportunities that we intend to embrace and where we have identified room for improvement. This report also allows us to be accountable for those actions.”
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