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Alltech Coppens releases 2022 Planet of Plenty™ Sustainability Report

Alltech Coppens, a global specialist in developing, producing and marketing fish feed and nutrition solutions, has published its 2022 Planet of Plenty™ Sustainability Report, an overview of the company’s commitment to sustainability.

[HELMOND, Netherlands] – Alltech Coppens, a global specialist in developing, producing and marketing fish feed and nutrition solutions, has published its 2022 Planet of Plenty™ Sustainability Report, an overview of the company’s commitment to sustainability. This report demonstrates Alltech Coppens’ journey towards a Planet of Plenty™ in the responsible management of the world’s resources and the ambition for food for all, as well as a safe environment, animals and plants for future generations. Through the careful management of resources, science and partnering with its customers, Alltech Coppens can contribute to a sustainable aquaculture industry.

“We at Alltech Coppens continue to work on sustainability on many fronts, from reducing our own emissions and helping our clients reduce theirs to increasing transparency and providing more efficient feeds, which are increasingly adapted to specific systems and environments,” said Ronald Faber, CEO and global aqua lead at Alltech Coppens.

“This second Planet of Plenty™ report gives more insights into the progress of our sustainability journey. We implemented a scoring system for our feeds based on various raw material environmental impact criteria, and we are continuously improving our sustainability knowledge through research and system-specific nutrition.”

Alltech Coppens strives to positively impact the market in which it operates, and sustainability is embedded in the company’s business strategy. This includes ambitions for the future, such as zero waste emissions throughout the lifecycle of fish feed by 2030 and zero CO2 emissions throughout the product life cycle. The latter will be achieved through an uncompromising pursuit of energy saving and the utilisation of renewable energy, with the goal of becoming a carbon-free society by 2050.

“We have made significant progress compared to last year, and our aim is to further reduce emissions of our aquafeed production and the negative environmental and social impact of all our activities,” said Faber. “Going forward, we will not only look at reducing our negative impact but also how we can create more of a positive impact.”
Ronald Faber , CEO and global aqua lead at Alltech Coppens.

To protect the sustainability of the planet and continue to supply nutritious food for the world's population, global animal health and nutrition company Alltech is focused on Working Together for a Planet of Plenty™ and has committed to nine of to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). As a subsidiary of Alltech and a specialist in fish feed, Alltech Coppens has prioritised the SDGs of Life Below Water, Climate Action and Quality Education, and the report highlights how the company is researching, developing and commercialising better alternatives and working with partners around the world on improving sustainable developments in the aquaculture industry.

For more information visit alltechcoppens.com/sustainability and read the Alltech Coppens 2022 Planet of Plenty™ Report here.