Helping to create a sustainable environment
At Ginsters, we recognise the importance of sustainability and the responsibility to act upon this. Our three priorities involve using sustainable palm oil, single and broader plastic reduction and food waste reduction. We treat each one of these with the importance they deserve and are integral in our vision for a sustainable future
We will campaign for the use of ‘segregated certified’ palm oil
We only use ‘segregated certified’ palm oil that can be traced to the plantation. We demand all other makers of pastry products commit to using ‘segregated certified’ palm oil. We continually review our sourcing policy considering emerging environment concerns. Check our progress at www.rspo.org
We will reduce our packaging by 30%, with 80% recyclable by 2022
We will reduce our packaging usage by 30% by 2022. We will ensure 80% of our packaging is recyclable by 2022. We will remove black plastic from our products in 2019. Working with our suppliers we’ll create a PE recyclable film that is suitable for use with our products.
We ensure all our bakery food waste goes to anaerobic digestion
We strive to never waste food in our bakery. All our bakery food waste is sent to anaerobic digestion where the food is turned into energy and ends up as fertiliser to be used as needed in agriculture.
Committed to our roots: Cornwall
We’re from Callington, Cornwall and we’re proud to be Cornish
We’ve been baking here for 50 years and will do all we can to champion Cornwall.
We support local farm sourcing wherever possible
We have developed a long-term partnership with our local vegetable farm Hay Farm on the Rame Peninsula, ensuring the development of Cornish crops and closed loop food waste. We only source Red Tractor Assured 100% British Farmed Meat.
We support local Cornish food culture
We promote the national dish of Cornwall to ensure the pasty remains as relevant today as it ever has been. We are proud founder members of the Cornish Pasty Association. We seek to partner with local food companies for ingredients and seek to share our expertise. We’re proud to sponsor the Macmillan Cornish Food Hall at the Eden Project in December.
We support local charities that benefit our community through active lifestyles
We support Plymouth Argyle and the Plymouth Argyle Trust. We will promote young Cornish surfing talent.
Always offering choice
We believe in offering consumers a choice of great quality products with the following pledges
- We will reduce the calories/unit by 20% by 2024
- We will offer vegetarian and vegan products
- We offer lower calorie alternatives
- We never add artificial colours, flavours or preservatives into our products
We’re proud to work with the following partners to help ensure our business is sustainable for the benefit of everyone.
To find out more about the Cornish Pasty Association visit www.cornishpastyassociation.co.uk
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