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Join our journey towards a versatile food company

At HKScan, we are about 7,000 in Finland, Sweden, Denmark, the Baltics and Poland. Our value chain offers variety of professional opportunities. Visit our open positions and join us.

We make life tastier together with our personnel.

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Recyclable packaging and less plastic

All packaging will be recyclable by the end of 2025 at the latest. At the same time, the company will reduce the carbon footprint of packaging by 20 per cent and decrease the amount of packaging plastic by 20 per cent compared to 2019. In total, the use of plastic will be reduced by millions of kilos.

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HKScan to cooperate with Gårdsfisk in Sweden, expanding product portfolio into fish products

Gårdsfisk specialises in fish farming on Swedish farms based on a recirculating water system. For this purpose, the company has created its own environmentally friendly farming concept. Through this cooperation, HKScan’s product portfolio will extend to include fish products.


Towards HKScan’s Zero Carbon target by boosting carbon sequestration in fields

In terms of carbon sinks, the pursuit of good crop yields is the key. Carbon sequestration can be continued with so-called catch crops that continue to grow and sequester carbon after the grain harvest. Grass farming also has a positive impact on climate.


HK® Maakarit and Kariniemen® BBQ sausage packaging with Woodly’s wood-based plastic

We at HKScan have taken another step towards carbon neutrality across the food chain by introducing packaging with Woodly’s wood-based plastic for our HK Maakarit artesan BBQ sausages and Kariniemen BBQ sausage range.

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Food that does good

We make responsible, delicious food with over hundred years of experience. For us, responsibility means genuine action throughout the value chain and continuous improvement. As a leading food company in the Nordics, we pave the way for more responsible food production.

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