What We Do
Years of experience
Livestock in our database
Drive positive change
Make earlier & better decisions
Protect and enhance reputations
A data and evidenced based supply chain sustainability programme that drives sustainable supply chain improvements.
Uses on-farm data to inform and empower processors and farmers to improve performance, generate efficiencies and create continuous progression.
A continual improvement programme to enhance brand protection.
The world’s first on-farm carbon footprint assessment models delivering data insights to inform improvement strategies.
A connected platform with live data feeds and integrated customer relationship management tools providing single source of farm information.
A ‘real time’ case management system that tracks, records and actions audit non-conformances to action remediation.
Corporate Social Responsibility
July 19, 2020
All businesses have impact on the lives of citizens and on the environment, not only through the products and services they provide but also in terms of working conditions, human rights, ...Read more
Going carbon-neutral: How to build net-zero emi...
September 18, 2020
The evidence for the warming of the climate system is unequivocal, as highl...Read more
Customers are increasingly demanding ethically ...
October 17, 2020
Consumers are more positive about companies that are making efforts to reduce the carbon footprint of their products.
#sustainability #climatechange #supplychainsustainability
Communication matters: engaging consumers on br...
November 24, 2020
As we are trying to find more sustainable ways to live, customers and compa...Read more
Smart Farming, for the Future of Agriculture
December 17, 2020
The first step in achieving carbon neutrality, is identifying where emissions are coming from
#carbonneutral #carbonfootprint #foodproduction #agriculture
Weak social auditing is failing workers but tak...
January 4, 2021
As the global economy rapidly grows and changes, companies are facing pressing needs to increase their productivity and efficiency. To make ends meet, welfare can sometimes be compromised. However, companies are expected to comply with several responsibilities towards their employees and clients. Increasingly, global production networks are demanding multinational corporations who produce their goods to ensure the minimum labour standards – whether that is for ethical purposes or to avoid bad publicity.Read more