Snack food company among winners of sustainability awards
Snack company Snyder’s-Lance and Smithfield Foods received first place honors at the third annual Sustainability Excellence in Manufacturing awards presentation on April 5, during ProFood Tech in Chicago. The peer-reviewed awards, presented by the OpX Leadership Network (convened by PMMI) and ProFood World, recognize facilities for projects or programs that improve sustainability efforts in food, beverage or consumer product manufacturing operations, focusing on pollution prevention, compliance assurance and environmental protection.
The award-winning companies’ diverse projects and programs include:
— First Place: Snyder’s-Lance – Peeler Water Reclamation
— Second Place: Pepperidge Farm – Fuel Cell Power Generation
== Third Place: Keystone Foods – Solving First Week Mortality Increase After Going Antibiotic Free
— First Place: Smithfield Foods – Aluminum Chloride Reduction Plan
— Second Place: Smithfield Foods – Ham Formulation
— Third Place: Sierra Nevada Brewing – CO2 Recovery
The OpX Leadership Network was founded by PMMI in 2011 to bring consumer packaged goods companies and original equipment manufacturers together to identify and solve the industry’s common operational challenges.
Award winner case study videos and award submissions will be posted to the OpX Leadership Network website. To learn more about the OpX Leadership Network and future industry events, visit OpXLeadershipNetwork.org.