"Reducing Environmental Footprints"

In 2050,global demand for food is expected to increase by 60% compared to 2006. Concurrently, climate crisis, decrasing in natural resources, and serverity of environmental pollutants will pose direct and indirect impacts on all sectors – especially the agro-industrial and food businesses. These impacts could manifest in the forms of raw material shortage or in the volatility of raw material prices, as well as disruption of production processes owing to water scarce conditions that occur due to drought or degraded water sources, and flooding. In light of this, it needs collabouration of all sectors to adapt and set proactive measures in order to prepare for future changes and maintain food security. To ensure that business, society, and the environment will be impacted as less as possible both in the short and long terms.

Our Management Approach

The Company is dedicated to improving and developing its production process on the concept of the Circular Economy, integrated into the business operations throughout the value chain in order to optimize resource use. Likewise, we are committed to mitigating our environmental impacts by complying the CPF Safety, Health, Environment and Energy Standard (CPF SHE&En Standard), where the CPF SHE&En Management Committee is responsible for overseeing and managing operations in accordance with the Company’s policies, standards, and targets. The Committee is chaired by the executive and consists of Chief Operating Officer (COO) from each business unit as members. Furthermore, the Company emphasizes on training and performance evaluation. The Company uses the SHE KPIs System to monitor performance throughout the year.

Policy and Standard

Efficiency through Innovation and Technology

Environmental and Water Scarcity Assessments

Collabouration