On Good Stewardship

sustainability-leafA leading co-packer of high-quality frozen entrees and side dishes, Request Foods is committed to good stewardship of our natural resources, environment and communities. Our commitment extends to the health and safety of all Request Foods employees, as well as our eco-responsible management and operations.

This commitment is foremost in our use of energy and water, packaging, waste and recycling, and the distribution of our customer’s products. Sustainability can be found throughout our organization and serves as a guide as we reduce waste, conserve energy and source our goods as efficiently as possible.

On January 14th 2014, Request Foods received Recognition for Environmental Contribution from Rebox by reducing our CO2 emissions by more than 3000 tons through the Rebox Re-Use Program.

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In 2015, Request Foods has recycled 599,254 pounds of steel cans, saving:

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479,104Pounds of CO2

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2,485,117KwH of Energy

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1,112,419Gallons of Water

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In the first six months of 2016, Request Foods has recycled 118.02 Net Tons of paper, saving*:

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2,006Trees

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826,140Gallons of Water

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7,081Pounds of Air Pollution

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389Cu Yards of Landfill Waste

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9,324Gallons of Oil

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726,295KwH of Energy

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4,721Dollars of landfill expense
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In the first six months of 2016, Request Foods has recycled 38,422 pounds of plastic, saving*:

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7,262Gallons of Oil

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298,385KwH of Energy

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768Dollars of landfill expense

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142Cu Yards of Landfill Waste

* Source: Padnos Environmental Savings Report

On Good Stewardship

sustainability-leafA leading co-packer of high-quality frozen entrees and side dishes, Request Foods is committed to good stewardship of our natural resources, environment and communities. Our commitment extends to the health and safety of all Request Foods employees, as well as our eco-responsible management and operations.

This commitment is foremost in our use of energy and water, packaging, waste and recycling, and the distribution of our customer’s products. Sustainability can be found throughout our organization and serves as a guide as we reduce waste, conserve energy and source our goods as efficiently as possible.

On January 14th 2014, Request Foods received Recognition for Environmental Contribution from Rebox by reducing our CO2 emissions by more than 3000 tons through the Rebox Re-Use Program.

kettle

In 2015, Request Foods has recycled 599,254 pounds of steel cans, saving:

food-plant-recycling

479,104Pounds of CO2

food-plant-sustainability

2,485,117KwH of Energy

steel-can-recyling

1,112,419Gallons of Water

kettle

In the first six months of 2016, Request Foods has recycled 118.02 Net Tons of paper, saving*:

food-processing-recycling

2,006Trees

steel-can-recyling

826,140Gallons of Water

food-plant-recycling

7,081Pounds of Air Pollution

inform-icon4

389Cu Yards of Landfill Waste

food-production-sustainability

9,324Gallons of Oil

food-plant-sustainability

726,295KwH of Energy

food-production-recycling

4,721Dollars of landfill expense
kettle

In the first six months of 2016, Request Foods has recycled 38,422 pounds of plastic, saving*:

food-production-sustainability

7,262Gallons of Oil

food-plant-sustainability

298,385KwH of Energy

food-production-recycling

768Dollars of landfill expense

inform-icon4

142Cu Yards of Landfill Waste

* Source: Padnos Environmental Savings Report

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