Sustainability Strategies for
You and Your Supply Chain

Market demands for sustainability and transparency
are driving food and agriculture companies to act.

We’re here to help.

How We Work

We have 20 years of experience helping our clients create sustainable, high-impact outcomes for their business, for people and the environment. We develop sustainability programs from the field through the supply chain.

From grower to retailer, we leverage our on-farm insights and overall sustainability expertise to help organizations move the sustainability needle, track their progress, increase transparency and communicate their story.

Projects & Initiatives

Honeybear Brands and Sustainable Food Group Partner to Set High-Impact Sustainability Goals

We are proud to have partnered with long-term client Honeybear Brands to set, track, integrate and report on goals in four key sustainability areas: climate, food loss, packaging, and pollinators.


Projects & Initiatives

IPM Institute of North America Proud to Have Worked With Walmart on Industry Leading Commitments to Help Protect Pollinator Health and Habitats

Walmart U.S. announced landmark pollinator health commitments, the most far-reaching to date of any U.S. food retailer. The IPM Institute of North America is proud to have worked with Walmart to support policy development and…


Projects & Initiatives

Eco Apple®: Developing an Eco-Label with Impact

Our team collaborated with Red Tomato over 15 years ago to develop an eco-label which promotes sustainable farm practices among Northeast apple and stone fruit growers. Today, we still partner together on the successful Eco Apple program.


What Our Clients Say

“The Sustainable Food Group team leveraged their expertise in sustainable agriculture to develop a holistic sustainable sourcing program for our global spice and essential oil supply chains. Their pragmatic but thorough, scientific approach helped us build foundational systems from the ground up, and their thoughtful support and responsiveness has helped us hone the program and adapt to market developments.”

– Seth Petchers
Sustainable Supply Chain Manager, Frontier Co-op