LONDON – Tate & Lyle PLC released its 2021 Goal Report on December 1, which focuses on how the company supports healthy lifestyles, helps communities and takes care of the planet.
The company in all three categories has set targets for the next 5-10 years with 2020 as the benchmark. Some of the goals include removing 9 million tonnes of sugar from people’s diets using Tate & Lyle’s sweeteners and low-calorie and non-caloric fiber by 2025, to providing more than 3 million meals to people in the world. need by 2025, and to reduce scope 1 and scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030. The company aims by 2025 for gender parity in management positions.
Tate & Lyle provided an update on achieving the goals. In the 12-month period ended March 31, the company removed 1.8 million tonnes of sugar from people’s diets and donated 1.7 million meals to food banks during the COVID pandemic -19, more than the 700,000 meals usually given in the annual program. Tate & Lyle has reduced greenhouse gas emissions from scopes 1 and 2 by 7%, and the number of women in leadership roles in the company has increased to 32%.
“Our purpose is at the heart of our business, helping us navigate an uncertain and ever-changing world,” said Nick Hampton, Managing Director of Tate & Lyle. “The current challenges of the global pandemic, the increased dialogue on inclusion and the climate emergency have shown us the value of a healthy lifestyle, the importance of connecting and supporting each other as colleagues and neighbors. , and the fragility of the natural world. That is why we are more determined than ever to pursue our goals and commitments, and I am delighted with the progress we are making.