We have thought of several ways in which we can ensure that our company is doing the best it can to make the world a better, healthier, and more sustainable place.
"Sustainability is in our DNA; we don’t just consider it a marketing tool. It is our mission to develop plant-based ingredients that support a healthy body and a healthy environment." - Moayad Abushokhedim, Food Scientist
That’s why at Fooditive we take into account the three pillars of corporate sustainability -social, economic, and environmental. Our goal is to comply with sustainable regulations, uphold ethical standards, and create safe workspaces for both employees and producers.
In addition to being environmentally friendly, we also want to ensure that our products are safe for people around the globe. As such, we work closely with local authorities who monitor food production practices through regular inspections.
We believe that the planet has enough problems without us adding more stress on top of it by polluting it with waste or not properly disposing of food scraps after meals. As part of our commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility, we've always taken steps toward reducing our carbon footprint; now we're taking steps toward making sure every ingredient used in our products comes from environmentally friendly sources at all stages of production. We work with a community partner who uses sustainable practices for all aspects of their business, including sourcing ingredients from local farmers and processors. We also take measures to reduce our packaging waste, recycle wherever possible, and use recycled materials whenever possible in our manufacturing process.
With the rise of plant-based production, side streams are becoming a major part of our diet. This means that there are now more potential ingredients for food companies to use than ever before. At Fooditive, we believe that these side streams are the perfect way to use feedstocks for production. They contribute to reduced waste and increased sustainability in the agri-food chain.
Our fruit and vegetable side streams—from supermarkets, farmers, or other side streams—don't get used, such as skin or juice pulp. However, they do contain components with a wide range of commercial applications. We can help you find out how to utilize these components in your products by using plant-based side streams as inputs to develop easily applicable, cost-effective, and clean-label functional ingredients through a reduced processing approach.
We want you to be able to do that without compromising the health of your family or the environment. That's why we've always made a commitment to making sure our products are as low a carbon footprint as possible. We've always taken steps toward reducing our carbon footprint, but now we're taking steps toward making sure every ingredient used in our products comes from environmentally friendly sources at all stages of production.