Saspo Sustainable Palm Oil
The Southeast Asia Alliance for Sustainable Palm Oil (SASPO) is a voluntary, industry-led platform championing and working for sustainable palm oil in business supply chains. The alliance is the first business initiative in ASEAN focusing on sustainable palm oil. Through capacity building, workshops and educational resources, SASPO lowers the barriers for businesses to adopt sustainable sourcing policies. saspo.org
In February 2018, Compass Group Singapore has committed to sourcing sustainable palm oil. With this, the companies will take steps towards responsible sourcing through the Southeast Asia Alliance for Sustainable Palm Oil (SASPO).
Become sustainability leaders in food
“Compass Group Singapore plays a crucial role not only to satisfy appetites but to contribute to solve the increasing food waste problem of Singapore. The Group has reduced their food waste by 55% thanks to an innovative partnership with tech company, Winnow.”
The cutting-edge tech that can halve food waste and reduce carbon footprints in just a few clicks.
The Winnow System makes it quick and easy to record exactly how food is being wasted through smart meter technology attached to your food waste bin
We believe that food is too valuable to waste, and that technology can transform the way we use food. We know from our experience of working with hundreds of kitchens the pressure that those in the foodservice and hospitality management are under – http://www.winnowsolutions.com/
Compass Group Singapore has started to fight food waste in 2016 by implementing Winnow’s revolutionary technology at a pilot site. The technology helps chefs measure, monitor and dramatically reduce food waste. By measuring and managing food waste they are seeing incredible results:
- The Compass Group Singapore’s site has reduced food waste by 55%
- Curbing food waste has also positively impacted the Group’s bottom line: the estimated yearly savings are of 60,000 SGD
- Following the success of Winnow at the pilot site, Compass Group Singapore hopes to continually expand this deployment across the region