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UNSDG

Tyson Foods supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and its 2030 agenda for sustainable development. As elsewhere in our approach to sustainability, we have looked at the goals through the lens of sustainability and have found seven that directly align with our business and sustainability initiatives. We demonstrate that alignment below as part of our annual reporting practices and plan to periodically revisit all 17 goals to determine if more alignment opportunities exist.

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We address hunger insecurity by expanding access to protein. In addition to developing nutritional products, we provide strategic grants and food product donations to regional food banks serving our communities, and we are involved in collaborative partnerships with hunger-related organizations.

Food — Consumer Nutrition
Food — Innovation
Food — Food Safety & Quality
Community — Community Impact
Community — Hunger Relief
Community — Disaster Relief

Responsible nutrition is integrated into our company’s purpose of raising the world’s expectations for how much good food can do. Additionally, we are committed to improving the health of our employees by providing access to affordable health care coverage and providing supportive programming for various health and wellness issues.

Food — Consumer Nutrition
Food — Innovation
Food — Food Safety & Quality
Food — Responsible Marketing & Labeling
Workplace — Compensation & Benefits
Community — Community Impact

Tyson Foods believes in lifelong learning and professional development through continual investment in our workforce. We aim, especially, to enable hourly employees access to English as a second language and extend financial literacy training to all employees. Enhancing both of these life skills helps employees better integrate into the communities where they live and work and better position them to realize their full personal potential. We also provide grants for scholarships and other capacity-building programs to build skills and leadership qualities in the communities where we operate.

Workplace — Engagement & Retention
Workplace — Helping Team Members Succeed
Workplace — Compensation & Benefits
Community — Community Impact

Water is a precious, finite resource that must be used and managed responsibly from farm to finished product. Food safety and quality is our top priority, and water is essential
to producing safe food. We aim to balance responsible water stewardship with protecting the quality and safety of our products. We also aim to protect the health of communities who share water sources with us and accordingly, have implemented stringent processes to comply with all federal and state regulations.

Food — Food Safety & Quality
Food — Responsible Ingredient Sourcing
Environment — Strategic Approach
Environment — Water
Environment — Land Stewardship
Environment — Material Resources

We work to ensure that employees receive fair compensation that is commensurate to their experience and skills, as well as to offer competitive compensation that takes local labor markets into consideration. Our employment policies and practices follow the human rights principles set forth in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Labour Organization’s Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work.

Approach — Sustainability Strategy
Workplace — Engagement & Retention
Workplace — Compensation & Benefits
Workplace — Inclusion & Diversity
Workplace — Health & Safety
Workplace — Ethics & Compliance
Community — Community Impact

We strive to sustainably feed the world by optimizing the productivity of our supply chain and protein operations, raising animals in a responsible manner and minimizing the natural resource intensity of our environmental footprint where feasible.

Food — Responsible Ingredient Sourcing
Animal Welfare
Environment

Tyson Foods is committed to meaningful reduction of our carbon footprint at every stage of our value chain. This commitment is underscored by a Science-Based Targets initiative to reduce our GHG emissions by 30 percent by 2030.

Food — Responsible Ingredient Sourcing
Environment