Tyson Foods recently released its 2021 (FY21) Sustainability Report which reflects the company’s continued focus on supporting its people and communities, driving product responsibility and working to sustain natural resources.

“More than ever, Tyson Foods is operating as part of a global food system and we have a critical role to play in responsibly producing food that is affordable, accessible and nutritious,” said John R. Tyson, EVP Strategy & Chief Sustainability Officer, Tyson Foods. “At the same time, we are investing in team member benefits and services to become the most sought-after place to work in the protein industry.”

In 2021, Tyson Foods began a process to further establish long-range 2030 goals and metrics that will help more deeply embed its environmental, social, and governance (ESG) priorities and commitments into its business. Through an extensive materiality assessment, Tyson Foods engaged diverse internal and external partners to identify important issues where opportunities could be addressed. The materiality assessment reinforced the opportunity Tyson Foods has to drive a better future for society and further demonstrated how investing in people and planet is critical for the company’s growth.


McDonald’s this week also released the McDonald’s 2021-2022 Purpose & Impact Reporting, which provides a clear picture of how the company is living their purpose to feed and foster communities – from how they source food and take care of our planet, to how they serve their communities and help dismantle barriers to economic opportunity. This year, they’re also launching their inaugural Global Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Report. The report shows how McDonald’s and its employees, suppliers and Franchisees help drive meaningful societal change for our communities.

Yum! Brands 

Yum! Brands, Inc. this week released its annual Global Citizenship & Sustainability Report, highlighting the Company’s strategic investments in socially responsible growth, risk management and stewardship of its people, food and impact on the planet. This includes addressing climate change, advancements in sustainable packaging and creating equity in the communities it serves.

“We delivered strong business results in 2021, which is a testament to our Recipe for Growth & Good, demonstrating that focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues is not incidental to growth, but an enabler of it,” said Yum! Brands CEO David Gibbs. “We continue to actively embed ESG considerations into our business strategy and adopt responsible business practices because it’s the right thing to do and fuels results.”