Environmental Policy

In Total Produce, we recognise our role as custodians of the environment in which we operate and our responsibility to measure, manage and minimise our consumption of precious natural resources and our impact on the wider ecosystem.


Sustainability oversight and planning embraces in-house operations and those of third parties, our footprint across marketplace operations and at production and, most specifically our use of energy, water, waste and land.


Carbon Overview

We believe that the benefits of fresh produce marketing can be collective, that a balanced supply chain must deliver fair rewards to all stakeholders and that collaboration across the supply chain is the single most powerful instrument for driving change in our industry.

Carbon Footprint

We are continuing to work to reduce our Group-wide carbon consumption.

Carbon Case Study

Total Produce Ireland and UK Convert 35 Facilities To Renewable Energy.


Water Overview

We take a holistic approach to monitoring and managing water and it's impact on the environment.

Water Footprint

We are working to reduce our global water footprint.

Water Case Study

Total Produce is committed to the UN sustainability goals and the sustainable use of water in the fresh produce supply chain.


Waste Overview

We take a holistic approach to monitoring and managing waste.

Waste Case Study

We are committed to minimising the use of plastic packaging on our products, without compromising product integrity and to substituting conventional plastic packaging with sustainable alternatives wherever possible.

Soil Management & Promoting Biodiversity

Soil Management & Biodiversity

We take a holistic approach to Soil Management & Promoting Biodiversity.

Ecological Footprint

We are working to reduce our ecological footprint.

Soil Management & Biodiversity Case Study

Total Produce partner Dole Food Company has had an active research and innovation department in place for almost 60 years.