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Greenfood has won the Swedish business award, Företagsstjärnan (Star Company). The prize was awarded for Greenfood's outstanding performance in providing the market with sustainable, plant-based, affordable, and easily accessible food. “The climate is the most important issue of our time. How we produce our food and what we eat has major effects on the climate and the environment, so we must do everything we can to accelerate the transition to plant-based alternatives,” said David von Laskowski, President and CEO of Greenfood Group.
Food tech is on the rise, and IT and tech skills are becoming increasingly important. For Greenfood, a leading grocery group in the field of healthy food, one of the success factors has been to expand recruitment beyond traditional food processing expertise and hire programmers, engineers and AI specialists. Now the Group is seeing increased interest from jobseekers with a tech background who want to join the food industry.
Greenfood-owned Ahlströms is continuing to develop its range of plant-based alternatives under the Ahlgood brand. The products are based on traditional, Swedish-grown, organic and KRAV-labelled produce grown in a gentle way. Falafel on gray and autumn peas, lentil bites, and organic legume mince on quinoa and gray pea are some examples.
Greenfood AB (publ) has successfully issued a four-year sustainability-linked bond for SEK 1,050 million. The bond is linked to Greenfood's Sustainability Framework’s targets. The Framework has been reviewed by an independent second opinion provider and has received the highest possible rating. After significant interest from both leading Nordic and European investors, the bond was quickly oversubscribed.
Greenfood is taking the next big step in its ongoing sustainability work by joining the Science Based Targets initiative. SBTi is a global standard that supports companies in setting climate targets in line with what’s required to meet the Paris Agreement.
Our era’s rapid-paced lifestyle, which must have time for everything, makes our lives more complex. That’s why consumers are looking for time-saving options, shortcuts and smart life hacks in every aspect of their lives. They’re all used to getting these new things WWW: whatever they want, whenever they want it, and wherever they are. To the food industry, this means aiming for every form of convenience. The new Greenfood Insights brings together insights, searches and analyses about the convenience food of the future based on interviews with industry experts.
16,000 boiled and peeled eggs per hour generate an enormous amount of eggshells. In the work of preventing food waste, Sweden’s largest egg cooker, Mixum, has found a solution. To create a sustainable circular flow and utilisation of food waste, the eggshells are sent to local farms, where they add nutrients and are used as soil improvers.