Wynnstay joins LEAF in net zero ambition

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WYNNSTAY Group, a leading UK manufacturer and supplier of agricultural products and services, has turned to LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming) to help support its net zero ambitions. 

As a first step in a five-year strategic plan, Wynnstay has joined LEAF, the global sustainable farming organisation, as a corporate member and will be working with the organisation on a number of projects to build on its sustainable farming knowledge generation and exchange capabilities through the company’s specialist advisory teams, support its carbon net zero targets and advancing the company’s commitment to community outreach.

Wynnstay’s Chief Executive, Gareth Davies said: “Environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) and sustainability form a key pillar for the Group strategy, with our mission being to help the farmer to feed the UK in a more sustainable way. We see a significant role for Wynnstay in supporting farmers with products and services to help drive sustainability and greater efficiencies. Wynnstay are working towards becoming a carbon net zero business and have already make significant advances including the incorporation of biofuel in our HGV fleet, driving efficiencies in our mills and depots to reduce emissions, exploring on-site renewable energy generation, using certified sustainable soya and utilising recycled plastic packaging for all own brand animal feed.”

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