Nando’s to trial algae- and insect-based feed for its chickens

Global restaurant chain Nando’s will trial alternative poultry feeds in its supply chain to lower environmental footprint.
calendar icon 27 July 2020
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According to reporting in the Financial Times and Chronicles News, Nando’s will test algae- and insect-based poultry feed in a bid to lower carbon emissions from poultry production. Chronicles News reports that Nando’s made the move to offset its use of soy products.

The alternative feed strategy comes as the chain will announce other environmental targets, like halving the carbon footprint of its restaurants by 2030.

”Our team are actually releasing enthusiastic brand-new devotions which will definitely establish a powerful instance wherefore our market can possibly do to create an authentic distinction,” said Colin Hill, leader of Nando’s UK as well as Ireland.

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