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Core focus areas

Best practice

Icoon 6.1 climate change & energy

BeST PRACTICES

SBT commitment letter

Category:
Climate change
Location:
All FFG
Background:
All FFG facilities and supply chain
Aim:
By signing the SBT commitment letter, Farm Frites wishes to join the growing group of leading companies that are setting emissions reduction targets in line with the necessary measures recommended by climate scientists.
Results:
On the Science Based Targets Initiative’s webpage (sciencebasedtargets.org/companies-taking-action/), there is a list of 754 companies (as per December 20th) that either have set up emissions reduction targets or have committed to do this within 24 months. Farm Frites is on the list, among companies such as Coca-Cola, Colgate Palmolive, Danone, Dell, Kellogg, Metro, and McDonald’s. It is worth mentioning that in our sector of Food and Beverage Processing there are 66 entries, and Farm Frites is the only Potato Products Manufacturer.

Heat Recovery Installation

Category:
Process innovation
Location:
Farm Frites Lebork, Poland
Background:
As early as 2010, we started with the recovery from frying vapours. Throughout the years, this system has undergone continuous improvements, such as the recovery from exhaust vapours and recovery of heat from the fat trap. In 2018, a heat exchanger was added to the installation.
Aim:
The aim of the heat recovery installation was to reduce the gas consumption and to improve the quality of emissions to the atmosphere.
Results:
In 2019, the system recovered more than 7700 GJ of energy.