We met with this UK food producer’s CFO, Head of Marketing and the site director of a pork and chicken processing plant in Milton Keynes (UK) to discuss their sustainability strategy. The visit also included a factory tour. The company outlined its sustainability commitments, including a net zero emissions by 2040 objective. We discussed some of the changes we are seeing in food consumption patterns in the UK, including a decline in red meat consumption and increasing interest in plant-based proteins. At this point, Cranswick does not intend to enter the meat substitute business, and instead plan to continuously focus on their core products. We pressed them to be open to considering diversification of the business given that current trends are likely to intensify. We also discussed the soy supply chain, which is the major feed of the 20,000 pigs they produce each week. They have a bold commitment to have all their soy supply certified by 2025. Part of that objective will also be to investigate alternative feed sources and alternative production regions, avoiding high-risk areas such as the Cerrado or Amazon in Brazil.