Sustainability at Projuice

At Projuice, we make every effort to improve the sustainability of our processes, our products, and our packaging. From our ingredients to our deliveries, sustainability is continually in review to provide the best possible experience for our growers, suppliers and customers.


01. Planting Trees

We’re dedicated to planting trees as part of our environmental efforts. Each tree we plant not only helps offset carbon emissions but also enhances local ecosystems, provides habitat for wildlife, and promotes cleaner air and water for generations to come.

In 2024, we’ll be planting over 500 trees in total. The trees will be a range of Hazel, Field Maple, Birch, Cherry Beech and Hawthorne.


02. Solar Panels

At Projuice, sustainability isn’t just a buzzword; it’s a commitment woven into the fabric of our operations.

One shining example of this dedication is our rooftop adorned with solar panels, harnessing the power of the sun to energise our entire building. Through this innovative approach, we not only reduce our carbon footprint but also embrace a more sustainable future. By generating clean, renewable energy on-site, we take strides towards mitigating environmental impact while simultaneously powering our operations.


03. Sustainable Packaging

From PET recyclable cups to compostable paper straws and wooden cutlery, we prioritize materials that minimize environmental impact without compromising quality or convenience. Our recyclable paper cups and kraft takeaway food containers are designed with the planet in mind, ensuring that even after use, they can be repurposed or recycled responsibly.

By embracing these sustainable alternatives, we empower our customers to make environmentally-friendly choices without sacrificing the enjoyment of their favorite meals. 

04. Electric Charge Points

In early 2024, we were delighted to install our first electric car charging points at both our Exeter and Twyford offices.

Our aim is to cater to the growing number of electric vehicle drivers and also create a culture of sustainability among our employees and visitors.

The installation of these charging points along with the purchase of our first electric vehicle is part of our dedication to reducing emissions and embracing technologies that pave the way for a greener future.

05. Distribution

We have a strict no air freight policy. Air freight transportation causes up to 50 times the CO2 emissions of sea freight. When we can’t use sea freight, we transport via road.

This move enabled us to deliver with greater speed and frequency, improving next day deliveries.

It also means that we’re able to improve the sustainability of distribution with a lower carbon footprint per delivery.


06. Zero-Waste Products

Research suggests that reducing food waste would be the third most effective solution to fighting climate change.

Our pre-portioned 150g smoothies and 250ml shakes keep any food waste to a minimum.

In addition, our frozen products are delivered to our customers with more than 12 months’ shelf life to sell our products onto your customers.

Supply Chain & Partners

Our Supply chain partners invest in land and farmers, pickers and agronomists, in food scientists and chefs. We apply the very highest standards to guarantee traceability and food safety throughout our supply chain network – we are proud of the certifications we have achieved.

Our state-of-the-art, HACCP standard compliant production and packing facilities are also approved by numerous accreditation agencies including British Retail Consortium (BRC) and EFSIS.

All our Smoothies and Shakes are produced at BRC Grade A facilities, confirming that we have met the very specific requirements set by the British Retail Consortium for their standards of food safety. They are also members of Sedex; one of the world’s leading online platforms for companies to manage and improve working conditions in global supply chains.