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Slaney Foods

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About the company

Slaney Foods International, situated in Bunclody, Co. Wexford, has been part of Ireland's beef story for over 50 years. Employing approximately 500 people in the heart of the Slaney Valley - one of Ireland's prime farming regions, the company has developed strong and successful long-term relationships with a variety of customers including leading multiples and foodservice companies throughout Ireland, the UK, Europe and worldwide. Slaney Foods is dedicated to working in partnership with farmers to produce top-class grass-fed beef. The company ensures that livestock is sourced from farms that uphold the highest animal welfare and environmental standards to offer a product range of superb quality, prepared precisely to customers' specifications. Slaney Foods' corporate sustainability philosophy is based on harmonious interaction between what it considers its five essential components; agriculture, process, people, customers, and society.

Key Sustainability Commitments

Agriculture is at the core of our business. Ensuring high quality sustainable supply of livestock is paramount. People and process help deliver to customers and ensure we work in harmony with society.

"The company's commitment to sustainability aligns it with the ethos of its leading customers. Slaney Foods is committed to conducting its activities with due care and regard for the environment and to continuous improvement to achieve a high standard of environmental performance across all areas of our business. We are committed to conducting our business in ways that protect and preserve the environment and integration of sustainable development into our business decisions and operations."
Rory Fanning - Managing Director, Slaney Foods

Spotlight Target Area: Supplier Certification / Emissions
Sustainability has always been a core principle for Slaney Foods and the business has
evolved over the years to embed this mindset into its structures, technologies and
practices. Having become a member of Origin Green in 2013, Slaney Foods’ dedicated
team strive to ensure continuous improvement is driven at every opportunity, pushing
beyond established goals wherever possible. The company’s commitment to this
agenda is clearly visible, having demonstrated an exemplary performance in its Origin
Green plan in 2020 across the target areas of supplier certification, animal health and
nutrition, packaging, water, waste and employee wellbeing. Within the company’s
current sustainability plan (2018-2020), Slaney Foods set out to achieve a reduction of
10% in water usage per unit of output by 2020. This target was achieved over the plan

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