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Taylor Farms Publishes Social Responsibility, Sustainability Report

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Salinas, California-based Taylor Farms has published its 2022 Social Responsibility and Sustainability Report, featuring advancements and investments in education, health, wellness and environmental stewardship.

“Despite the challenges brought on by a global pandemic, we are extremely proud of the work that is highlighted in this report” said Bruce Taylor, chairman and CEO of Taylor Farms.

“We continue to be committed to leading with change and being a force for good in the world. This biannual report is a true testament of how we are living out our promise to help people lead vibrant and healthy lives. We are motivated every day by the ever-evolving vision of our team members, customers, partners, consumers and community to create healthier lives for all.”

The report focuses on three core pillars where the company has committed to creating long-lasting social and environmental impact through its products, processes and people. These pillars are interconnected – each sustaining the other and are brought to life through the company’s business model and culture.

  • Healthy business – quality and food safety, innovation and workforce development;
  • Healthy environment – environmental management systems and resource conservation; and
  • Healthy community – youth development, food accessibility and health and wellness.

Taylor Farms is a leading North American producer of salads and healthy fresh foods with production facilities across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Taylor Farms has a commitment to quality, assured supply, innovation, sustainability and food safety.

To read the full report, visit taylorfarms.com/social-impact.

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