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CEO’s video on Q1/2021

CEO Tero Hemmilä’s video summarises our progress in January-March 2021: “The comparable EBIT was the best first-quarter result in six years. Comparable EBIT, rolling 12 months, rose to nearly 20 million euros at the end of the review period.”

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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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Everyone has the right to a safe workplace

Every member of the Group Executive Team has made their own personal commitment, in which they tell how we promise to promote the culture of safety and well-being at HKScan.

Group Executive Team Commitments
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News

31/5/2021

HKScan the first in the world to calculate a broiler’s environmental footprint

The calculation included the carbon and water footprints of primary production of Kariniemen® chicken and the impact of production on eutrophication and biodiversity.

25/5/2021

HKScan and foodora launches two new meal bags for home delivery

Top quality products from Swedish farms and cooking instructions from professional chefs, makes it possible for everyone to be a Master chef at home.

18/5/2021

Kariniemen chickens’ activity levels and opportunities to natural behaviour maintained throughout the rearing period

The HKScan Agrofood Ecosystem® pilot uses AI to monitor the behaviour of broiler chickens on Kariniemen Kotitila farm.

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Responsibility

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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