• Commitment to environmentally responsible practices • Transparent and informative labeling and marketing • Third-party verifications, certifications and USDA Process Verified Programs • Reduced greenhouse gas intensity by 4.8% toward a 2022 goal of 30% reduction of scope 1 and 2 carbon equivalent emissions • Planet Scorecard with annual goals to reduce fossil fuel and electricity usage • Two solar farms producing 2.8 MW of renewable energy • Methane from Cromwell, Ky.,; Cofield, N.C. anaerobic produces electricity, reducing CO2e emissions by approximately 100,000 tons • Cogeneration plant uses biomass to produce steam for our Cofield, NC feed mill • Perdue AgriRecycle facility recycling over 2 billion pounds of poultry litter over the last 18 years and moving approximately 50% to outside the Chesapeake Bay Basin • Reduced water use intensity by 6.9% toward 2022 goal of 25% reduction of potable water use • Planet Scorecard with annual goals to reduce water usage • Jim Perdue is the Chairman of the Board of the Oyster Recovery Partnership • Completed 9th year of bagging oyster shell and spat for Oyster Recovery Partnership – 514 volunteers, 859 cages filled (750,000 oysters), 8,943 shell bags created (3,577,200 oyster spats) • Provided monetary and volunteer support for Alliance for Chesapeake Bay Project Clean Stream for 11 years. Over the time period, 7,489 Perdue associates have volunteered and removed in excess of 470,000 pounds of trash from local streams and planted more than 4,000 trees • Salmon-Safe certification for Draper Valley Farms operations • Perdue AgriRecycle facility recycling over 2 billion pounds of poultry litter over the last 18 years and moving approximately 50% to outside the Chesapeake Bay Basin • Provided monetary and volunteer support for Alliance for Chesapeake Bay Project Clean Stream for 11 years. • Collaborated with NGO Fresh Energy in Maryland to pass Pollinator-Friendly Designation Program bill for commercial ground-mounted solar facilities • Decreased solid waste sent to landfills by 74.5% toward a 2022 goal of divert more than 90% of our solid waste • Member Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil • Agronomy services and products to promote healthy soils • Support for land conservancies • In 2018, Perdue Foundation awarded $154,000 in grants for environmental and agricultural programs • Commitment to diversity and inclusion • Developing and expanding relationships with NGOs and advocacy groups • Work with multiple stakeholders to identify shared goals • Competitive wages and benefits • Opportunities for advancement • Economic investment in rural communities • Responsibly contributing to the economic development of our communities • Feeding America Mission Partner and support for hunger relief efforts • In 2018, donated $204,000 to disaster relief through local American Red Cross chapters • In 2018, donated 1 million-plus pounds to food banks to support disaster relief • Energy and water reduction efforts, environmental compliance efforts • Associate volunteer hours for community projects • In 2018, Perdue Foundation awarded $1.5 million in grants to 101 non-profit organizations, including $392,000 for community improvement and public safety 12. Responsible Consumption & Production 13. Climate Action 14. Life Below Water 15. Life On Land 16. Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions 17. Partnership for the Goals 10. Reduced Inequalities 11. Sustainable Cities & Communities UN SDG Alignment FY2019 Company Stewardship Report