US Foods Commits to Use 100% Renewable Diesel in Its Distribution Centers


The US Foods Holding Corp. has issued the company’s Corporate Social responsibility (CSR) report in which, the company has detailed how it is going to be converting all the onsite fuelling of the broadline distribution centers across the region of California to 100 percent renewable diesel fuel by the mid of 2022.

The corporate social responsibility (CSR) report of the US Foods Holdings Corp. including providing a growing and increasing portfolio of the products that is offering the social and environmental benefits such as the continuation for growing the number of the products across the company’s local, well-being and sustainable offerings along with a total of over 2,300 differentiated products that are available.

The report is also including the continuous upholding of the sustainable seafood goal of the company along with 100 percent of the Harbor Banks brand of the company meeting the Progress Check and US Foods Serve Good program standards.

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The report is also including the improvement of the fleet and facility efficiencies for the purpose of decreasing the environmental footprint of the company. This including the decreased Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions intensity by 15 percent and decreased gallons of the fuel that is used per case delivered by 10.9 percent since the year 2015.