Keep up to date with the latest news from Cranswick.
Our 7th biennial golf day was a huge success, with 132 participants from suppliers, customers and colleagues completing the 18-hole course at Forest Pines hotel. Fundraising efforts were boosted by an evening charity auction and dinner, helping us raise over £60,000. In total, Cranswick’s charitable giving from golf days has now topped over £320,000. All proceeds have been donated to KIDS Yorkshire to help fund their important work in our local community: providing disabled children and their families with the support to thrive, not just survive.
We are thrilled to announce that Cranswick Country Foods Ballymena has won Agri Food Business of the Year at the prestigious @Farming Life awards, which celebrate excellence in the Northern Irish farming community. It is an honour to have been shortlisted among Northern Ireland’s very best for innovation in farming and we are looking forward to working together for a better tomorrow.
With less than a week to go until COP26, Cranswick Gourmet Bacon, Sherburn, is the latest of Cranswick's manufacturing sites to receive Carbon Neutral certification. Obtaining the internationally recognised PAS 2060 accreditation takes Cranswick one step closer to its goal of reaching Net Zero at group level by 2040.
Cranswick Country Foods, Watton joins the growing list of Cranswick sites to be awarded PAS 2060 Carbon Neutral status, underlining the business’s ambition to be the world’s most sustainable meat business and achieve Net Zero by 2040.
Cranswick’s commitment to Net Zero by 2040 continues apace, with Cranswick Country Foods Poultry, Hull the latest site to be awarded the PAS 2060 Carbon Neutral specification.
We are delighted to announce that the team at Cranswick Convenience Foods, Barnsley have achieved the PAS 2060 Carbon Neutral specification. Carbon Neutrality represents a significant milestone on the journey to Net Zero emissions.
We are excited to announce that the team at Cranswick Convenience Foods Sutton Fields has been awarded Carbon Neutral specification to PAS 2060 standard.
Work experience is vital to supporting schools and helping communities to thrive. Our new Virtual Work Experience Pack developed with the Education Alliance, helps students understand what career opportunities in our industry can look like via virtual content, as they have been unable to physically attend work experience.
We are excited to announce that our Katsouris Brothers brand Cypressa has launched its new look with an updated website: www.cypressa.co.uk. This is the first step of a wider project to create an updated look for the brand that captures the authenticity and family values of Cypressa.
Cranswick are proud members of the Food for Good network, supporting Farm Africa to unlock the potential of agriculture to transform rural Africa. Farm Africa is a UK-based charitable organisation set up in 1985 that works with farmers, pastoralists and forest communities in eastern Africa. The charity provides training to help these groups to grow more food, look after their livestock and make a living using their natural resources sustainably.
In the run-up to COP26, we're accelerating our climate action. We know that we need to move faster, and we’re delighted to announce that Cranswick Gourmet Sausage, our Lazenby's site, has achieved the PAS 2060 Carbon Neutrality Standard. The site has reached this key milestone by investing in CDP certified training, introducing a forward-looking and climate-smart emission reduction plan and by backing verified conservation and reforestation projects, to offset remaining emissions. REDUCING CARBON TO DATE
Cranswick has become the first UK agri-food business to sign The Climate Pledge, alongside leading companies such as Iceland, Unilever and Microsoft. Being committed to short-term and long-term goals means we can accelerate where appropriate and investigate how we can move forward strategically to ensure everything we're doing accommodates people and planet.
Cranswick plc has today received approval on industry leading 2030 Science Based Targets which will see it reduce scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions to the level required to keep global warming to 1.5 degrees – the most ambitious goal set of the Paris Agreement. These targets have been validated by The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).