3 Takeaways From Chick-fil-A’s Global Impact Report

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Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A released its 2022 Global Impact Report, part of which showcases the restaurant company’s efforts to care for the planet. The report shares the following milestones:

  • Diverted more than 13.9 million pounds of restaurant food waste from landfills through food donations, composting, the use of anaerobic digesters and more
  • Recycled used cooking oil from more than 1,000 Chick-fil-A restaurants, converting it into renewable diesel
  • Piloted a solar-powered microgrid system at a restaurant in Stockton, Calif., to address the issue of planned and unplanned power outages and the need for greater renewable energy.

The release also shared that by 2025, Chick-fil-A aims to divert 25 million pounds of restaurant food waste from landfills. Chick-fil-A operates more than 2,800 restaurants in 48 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and Canada.

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