Building projects to support communities, conservation & sustainability
BerryWorld believe it is of the utmost importance to treat our people, community, resources and environment as our most precious assets.
BerryWorld adopt our friendly, personal and professional approach to our CSR policy and strive to ensure all our staff have the opportunity to get involved in all key areas of our policy in order to bring about a greater awareness and understanding of our individual responsibilities to improve our local communities and our environment.
BerryWorld Group Supports
BerryWorld support LEAF, the leading organisation delivering more sustainable food and farming. Every year for Open Farm Sunday, BerryWorld join our growers all over the country to open their gates to the public, enabling them to discover real farming first hand. Visitors get to see for themselves how their berries are produced, it’s a great way for farmers to shine a light on what they deliver and why supporting farming matters.
Feed Our Frontline
PrepWorld have joined forces with Feed Our Frontline, a coalition of UK restaurants and food providers, to support the NHS by delivering fresh produce into the hands of our heroic NHS staff.
BerryWorld is a business partner of Stronger Together - a multi-stakeholder business-led initiative aiming to reduce modern slavery particularly forced labour, labour trafficking and other hidden third party exploitation of workers within supply chains in the UK and globally.
Herts Young Homeless, UK
BerryWorld are proud to support HYH who focus on preventing homeless from education in schools to supporting 16-24year old in their first home or caring for adults of all ages who have mental health issues and housing needs. They provide a free service to empower young people to be able to deal with the difficult situations in their lives, giving them the ability and confidence to “do it themselves” and ultimately find stability.
Skip2B Fit, UK
BerryWorld are proud sponsors of Skip2Bfit. The Skip2Bfit Workshops are unique skipping workshops which motivate children to succeed, whilst at the same time encouraging them to exercise. The workshops take place in schools in class sessions followed by a 15 minute full school assembly at the end of the day. The sessions show children how to skip, breaking it down into 5 simple steps and then demonstrating what can be achieved with practice, showing technique that boxers use for skipping. Every child who participates receives free blueberries as the team firmly believe exercise and healthy eating go hand in hand.
Berryworld are active members of the Ferdonana initiative, a water efficiency training scheme for strawberry farmers in the Donana National Park in Huelva, Spain. Focusing on optimising water use and reducing the risks of water shortages, our grower Berrynest are heavily involved in the training program and have been involved since its initiation last year. Other members of the group include Danone, Innocent, M&S, Tesco and WWF.
FareShare are the UK’s largest charity fighting hunger and food waste, who redistribute surplus food to frontline charities and community groups that support vulnerable people.
Last year they supplied approx. 11,000 charities and community groups and who jointly fed 1 million people per week.
FareShare take BerryWorld’s fruit that we can’t find a home for – fruit that otherwise can’t be sold to retailers or wholesale markets - and redistribute it to support vulnerable people.
Association of Labour Providers, UK
BerryWorld are associate members of the Association of Labour Providers (ALP). The ALP is a specialist trade association for labour providers promoting responsible recruitment, to ensure the provision, use and management of labour is recognised as a model of good practice.