We’re fully committed to reducing the environmental impact of our business activities. This is why we joined the UN Climate Neutral Now Pledge—an initiative that encourages and facilitates positive climate action for all stakeholders, including organisations, businesses, and individuals.
To offset emissions that cannot be avoided, we support certified carbon offset projects, such as the Reforestation of Degraded Land by MTPL in India, financially. By transforming areas of wasteland into forested areas, Reforestation of Degraded Land improves environmental landscapes and supports local communities by generating employment.
As a company, we take responsibility for our climate footprint and will continue to explore ways to reduce our impact and contribute towards a more sustainable planet.
We work hard to ensure that we reduce our
footprint in all areas of our business!
Continuously improving processes to minimise returns
Combining orders & encouraging customers to buy in bulk
Collaborating closely with our logistics partners to ensure better routing
Digitalising processes & simplifying customers’ experiences
Optimising stocks and warehouse locations wherever possible
These initiatives are ongoing. Our team is always
looking for new ways to maximise our efficiency.
We donate a part of our revenue to ShareTheMeal—a non-profit initiative driven by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP).
The list of projects we support includes Homegrown School Meals, Urgent Aid to Yemeni Children, Support Refugees in Uganda, Help Palestinian Children and many more.
At foodcircle, we believe that the future of food is 100% organic.
We fully support this holistic agricultural movement as well as everything that it stands for. As such, we partner with some of the world's leading certified suppliers from around the globe.
However, we also understand that not every business has the means to transition to organic operations overnight. Thus, we make our digitalised solutions available to all food manufacturers.
The reason for this? We feel that our procurement tools have the power to cultivate a more sustainable food system on multiple fronts, not just in the organic sphere.