There are several key areas that are paramount to our CSR strategy.
Argyles corporate reputation will consider the understandings of risks, implementation of rigorous controls and manage performance to ensure agreement to company obligations. By achieving compliance to our corporate reputation, it will strengthen and provide confidence to our shareholders, customers, suppliers, employees and the communities in which we operate.
The Argyle Foods Group have measurable targets to reduce their environmental impacts, including our consumption of energy, water and the amount of waste.
Argyle foods Group safety programs are based on internationally recognised standards and best practices, which in turn are independently audited and certified. The utilisation of product assessments and testing programs are used to verify that our products meet compliance standards and regulatory requirements. All food safety programs are regularly reviewed, assessed and updated to facilitate continuous improvement.
The group strive to continually improve and promote the importance of animal welfare handling practices. Argyle Foods Group is committed to ensuring that all cattle are treated humanely at all stages of their life cycle from birth to weaning, to fattening, finishing, transportation and processing. As such, Argyle Foods Group is invested in every sector of the supply chain to ensure the humane treatment of the livestock with dedicated calf handling facilities, company owned livestock trucks, new and efficient automated cattle handling facilities and an extensive laneway system within the farming operations to assist with husbandry and stock movements. Every paddock within Argyles Pastoral operations must have dual water sources and stock always have access to well shaded tree areas and clean water. All pastoral employees are inducted to understand all pastoral policies and must complete the “low stress livestock handling” course prior to working with any livestock.