Sustainable in
Every Way

Lamb Weston has been making some of the world’s favorite foods—french fries and other frozen potato products—for more than 70 years. We’ve succeeded by staying true to our roots: taking care of our employees, working with farmers to help them grow potatoes responsibly, and conserving energy and water in our production facilities.

In our 2021 Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Report, Lamb Weston moves into the next phase of our ESG journey with new goals that we hope to achieve by 2030. These goals are focused on the four parts of our value chain: Protect, Plant, Produce, and Provide.

Explore the graphic below to learn about the Lamb Weston value chain and see how we’re raising our ambitions in the next decade.

Our Value Chain and 2030 Goals

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Make a
positive impact by
meeting the needs
of our customers,
employees, and

Ensure the safety
of all who come into contact
with our products and our business,
whether the employees in our
facilities or the
consumers who
eat our

agricultural practices
on our own farm and
provide a framework
for our growers
to participate
in sustainable

look for ways to turn
potatoes into fries more
sustainably—including operating
efficiently and responsibly
sourcing inputs.

Our new goals apply to
the safety of our people and of the food we make. We will use engagement, technology and innovation to maintain the highest standards of safety at our own facilities and among our suppliers.

Zero safety incidents at work
Zero tolerance for foreign material
from farm to table

Lamb Weston will promote
sustainable farming practices across our supply chain with a focus on investing in soil health, using Integrated Pest Management practices, applying advanced technology, and enhancing farm resilience.

Net neutral carbon emissions through crop rotation
5% Use reduction per ton grown: nitrogen, water, and AI pesticide

Our new goals will help us achieve more efficient and responsible supply chain through the stages of sourcing, production, and packaging.

20% Reduction in Scope 1 & 2 emissions per pound produced
20% Reduction in water use per pound produced
50% Reduction in food waste from the production process
Zero Waste to landfill

We owe it to our
stakeholders to continually
offer better products, better community engagement, and
a better place to work. Through
2030 and beyond, we will continue
to focus on creating a culture
of innovation, generosity,
and inclusion.

Work environment of Respect, inclusion, fairness, dignity
A culture of giving through donations,
volunteerism, and advocacy

Learn More About Lamb Weston’s Progress

This report has been prepared in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards: Core option. We also report to the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Processed Foods Standard.

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