IN THE FIELD: Sugar beet is always grown in rotation with other field crops, which helps conserve soil fertility and reduce levels of soil-borne pathogens and pests. 

We are committed to making more progress with the EU Beet Sugar Sustainability Partnership.

IN THE FACTORY: Between 1990 and 2018 the sugar sector reduced CO2 emissions by 51%. We are committed to climate neutrality by 2050. 

We’re preparing a toolbox on how to get there. Watch this space.

BEET PULP: the key to decarbonisation. Beet pulp is a readily-available residue that contains enough energy to meet the needs of sugar production.It will help us get to net zero. See how HERE

ZERO WASTE: The EU beet sugar uses every part of the sugar beet to produce a wide range of products in addition to sugar.