Farm Animal Welfare

Position

Across Mars’ diverse portfolio of products, many of our recipes contain ingredients that come from animals – such as dairy in our chocolate, eggs in our cooking sauces, and meat and animal derivatives in our pet food.

Responsible Sourcing

Our Next Generation Supplier program is our enhanced approach to supplier sustainability. We use new tools and technologies and an innovative collaboration model to help suppliers deliver better results for people in their workplaces and for the planet we all share.

Cage-Free Eggs

Commitments

A Subsection of the Mars Animal Welfare Position

Since 2011, Mars uses 100% cage-free eggs for all human food products (e.g., confectionery, rice products and sauce) in Europe. In 2016, Mars further committed to using 100% cage-free eggs for all human food products in the US, Canada and Australia by 2020.

We are on track to meet this commitment in the US and Canada. However, due to challenges in the marketplace, we will achieve 100% cage-free eggs in Australia by 2025.

Mars Wrigley Names New President of Business Development

CHICAGO, IL (July 25, 2019) — Mars Wrigley announced today that Cathryn Sleight is appointed President of Business Development, effective August 5, 2019. In this role, Sleight will lead the segment’s Business Development team to pursue new global treating and snacking growth opportunities. She will report to Mars Wrigley Global President Andrew Clarke. Sleight replaces Keith Levy who departed the business in May.

Cage-Free Eggs

A Subsection of the Mars Animal Welfare Position

Since 2011, Mars uses 100% cage-free eggs for all human food products (e.g., confectionery, rice products and sauce) in Europe. In 2016, Mars further committed to using 100% cage-free eggs for all human food products in the US, Canada and Australia by 2020.

We are on track to meet this commitment in the US and Canada. However, due to challenges in the marketplace, we will achieve 100% cage-free eggs in Australia by 2025.

„DZIĘKUJĘ, ŻE DO NAS PRZYCHODZISZ”, CZYLI DOGOTERAPIA W POLSKICH SZPITALACH DZIECIĘCYCH

28-11-2017

„Kiedy wrócisz?” pytają mali pacjenci podczas zajęć z udziałem psów w pięciu szpitalach dziecięcych w Polsce. Dzięki Fundacji „Dr Clown” wspieranej przez firmę Mars Polska szkolone psy wraz z certyfikowanymi terapeutami przychodzą do dzieci co najmniej raz w miesiącu. Jak wskazują badania oraz doświadczenia praktyków, relacja ze zwierzętami niesie ze sobą korzyści dla zdrowia i samopoczucia wspomagając proces leczenia.