Tomorrow, on 25 May, Admiral Bellingshausen will start a new expedition leaded by Tiit Pruuli. The aim of the expedition is to draw attention to the climate problems caused by global warming in the Arctic. For a future common goal, HKScan Estonia, Estonia’s largest food company producing Rakvere and Tallegg products, have given 370 kg […]
HKScan has set the goal of carbon neutrality of its own industrial production by the end of 2025 and carbon neutrality of the entire food chain from farms to consumers by the end of 2040 at the latest. Climate work is carried out in all our home market areas in Finland, Sweden, the Baltics and […]
HKScan Estonia, the largest Estonian food company, has for the past year been only using green electricity in its Rakvere and Tabasalu production units and thus cut almost 60,000 tons of carbon emissions.
HKScan Estonia which manufactures Rakvere and Tallegg meat products will reduce the use of plastic in the packaging of its products by at least 200 tons by the year 2025 and will switch completely to reusable packaging by that time.
The Estonian only domestic poultry producer HKScan Estonia reopened the production at Saha and Ülgas broiler farms, by increasing the annual volume of production marketed under Tallegg brand from more than 20 thousand tons per year by almost 10 percent to better meet the consumer demand. As a result of renovation the farms have received […]
The cornerstone was today laid on HKScan’s Baltic logistics centre which will centrally serve the company’s customers in all three Baltic countries. The new logistics centre will reduce truck mileage by at least 400 000 kilometres a year, by thus helping to save one million euros on the logistics costs and meet the company’s targets in […]
In the Estonian Best Food competition organized by the Estonian Food Industry Association, Tallegg’s Half chicken with herb butter in a baking bag was chosen as the Best Meat Product in 2020 and the product received the right to bear the Estonian Best Meat Product 2020 silver mark on its packaging.
HKScan has signed a construction agreement with Estonian construction company Astlanda Ehitus to build a logistics centre for HKScan’s Baltic operations in Harjumaa County near Tallinn in Estonia. The constructions will be completed in August 2021. A central logistics centre serving the entire Baltic region will save logistics costs and reduce the environmental impact of […]