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Sainsbury's

Sainsbury's

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8 Premi

8 Premi

Best Retailer Marketing Award (2013) Best Retailer Marketing Award

Anno: 2013
Area geografica: Regno Unito

Leadership and Innovation in Retail Award (2012) Leadership & Innovazione nella GDO

Anno: 2012
Area geografica: Regno Unito

Good Calf Commendation (2011) Menzione d’Onore Good Milk - Vitelli

Anno: 2011
Area geografica: Regno Unito
Categoria: Dairy beef; Dairy veal

Stato: Impegno

Best Volume Retailer (2011) Premi Supermercati

Anno: 2011
Area geografica: Regno Unito

Best Volume Retailer (2010) Premi Supermercati

Anno: 2010
Area geografica: Regno Unito

Good Egg Award (2008) Premio Good Egg

Anno: 2008
Area geografica: Regno Unito
Categoria: Whole eggs or shell eggs; Egg product (liquid or powder)

Stato: Policy in essere

Best Volume Retailer (2007) Premi Supermercati

Anno: 2007
Area geografica: Regno Unito

Most Improved Supermarket (2007) Premi Supermercati

Anno: 2007
Area geografica: Regno Unito

Good Chicken Award (2010) Premio Good Chicken

Anno: 2010
Area geografica: Regno Unito
Categoria: Pollo fresco

Stato: Ritirato

In 2010, Sainsbury’s received a Good Chicken Award for committing to source their own brand fresh chicken (within 5 years) to a reduced stocking density of 30kg/m2 (moving down from 38/m2), to provide the birds with enrichment and natural light, and to using a slower-growing breed of bird.

In 2018, Sainsbury’s made the decision to withdraw from their Good Chicken Award commitments, having made little progress on converting to 100% higher welfare fresh chicken.

Today, less than 20% of the fresh chicken Sainsbury’s sell is higher welfare (which includes RSPCA Assured, Free-Range and Organic chicken). All their other chicken is reared to the Red Tractor standard: maximum stocking density 38kg/m², with pecking substrates such as straw bales and the provision of natural light is recommended. Sainsbury’s has retracted their commitments on reducing stocking density from 38kg/m2 to 30kg/m2 and to using a slower-growing breed of chicken.

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