At Asda we care about animal welfare, and we know you do, too. We're proud to say that this commitment has been recognised by organisations such as the RSPA and Compassion in World Farming. We’re making improvements across our supply chain to make sure that livestock is treated properly at every step of the process. Find out more click here.
Here at Asda, we know that nearly 80% of world fish stocks are fully or partly overexploited (according to the UN). We want to help protect them, which is why conserving North Sea habitats and sourcing from well-managed fisheries is so important to us. find out more here.
Asda stocks a huge range of poultry products. Alongside our eggs and fresh chilled whole birds and portions, we also have breaded and seasoned products. We take great pride in working closely with our poultry supply chain to maintain high welfare and food quality standards. To understand more, click here.
We’re committed to working with local suppliers. This means we can support local communities while bringing you fresh and tasty products. Asda takes pride in providing good quality food for our customers. And we want to make sure that putting a healthy, great tasting meal on your family table doesn’t cost the earth. Our goal is to search out the best local products we can find for you. More local produce means we’re supporting more local businesses, and with fewer miles travelled. To find out more click here.
At Asda, we sell everything from toilet roll to turkey, potatoes to pasta. These, and many of the products that we sell, are made, farmed or sourced to a particular set of scheme standards.
We support the use of schemes and standards where they provide clear information that helps customers in their purchasing decisions. To understand more, click here.
We rely on forests. From paper, timber and medicines to soy and palm oil, forests are key to many everyday products.
Forests provide places where plants and animals thrive. They also help to prevent soil erosion, are critical to the water cycle and actively tackle the effects of climate change.
In short, forests are incredibly important, and we need to protect them. To understand how we’re committing to support this, please click here.