Sustainability & Responsible Management

Sustainability & Responsible Management

Economic, Environmental and Social

Sustainability is concerned with meeting current needs without affecting future generations ability to meet their needs. The three pillars of sustainability are economic, environmental, and social—also known colloquially as profits, planet, and people.

Responsible management in business refers to management and leaders commitment to consider the ethical and moral implications of their daily decisions. One of the concepts of responsible management is social responsibility. This aids in comprehending the business leadership structure and how their daily decisions affect society.

The responsibilities towards owners/shareholders, the responsibility towards staff/employees/workers, the responsibility towards clients/consumers, and the obligation towards authorities and the wider community are the four basic areas of social responsibility in business. We are continuously working towards social responsibility by participating in philanthropic efforts, taking part in fair trade, and investing in a way that is both environmentally and socially responsible.

We are making public pledges to sustainability and responsible management through reducing waste, investing in renewable energy, and partnering with other groups working to make the world a better place.

Sustainability & Responsible Management

Responsible sourcing of Raw Materials

We ensure that raw materials are available in a sustainable manner. We are committed to avoiding conflict-affected and high-risk locations when acquiring raw materials, as well as uncertified extraction methods. Our Responsible Sourcing approach helps the organisation enhance resilience, mitigate risk, increase efficiency, and better manage supplier relationships by making the supply chain more predictive and adaptive to changing market needs. We believe that social and environmental responsibilities are integrated into supply chain management by a successful Responsible Sourcing programme. We use ethical, sustainable, and socially conscious methods to acquire and source items and services for our operations.


Focus on Recyclable, Reusable & Compostable Packaging

We can help to save vital resources by using less at first. A responsible consumer opts for long-lasting products rather than disposables that contribute to the waste stream. Recycling keeps resources in circulation, reducing nonrenewable resource depletion. We as a society are systematically improving by reducing our energy, water, and natural resource requirements by incorporating sustainability principles into how our goods and services are designed, manufactured, delivered, and used. Furthermore, we choose to aim toward “Zero Waste” in terms of sustainable materials management. Our goal is to make all of our packaging recyclable and reusable by 2025.


Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Rethink

We at Regal Kitchen, following the 4Rs for sustainable development and closing working with our packaging supplier to develop a biodegradable packaging by 2025.


Reduce is a term that refers to reducing the quantity of garbage that we produce.


The term “reuse” refers to the practice of repurposing goods.


Instead of tossing away a product, recycle it.

Rethinking our activities in relation to the environment is a good idea.

Environment and ETP and other waste management

Food and agricultural wastewater is a major source of pollution in the environment. Food processing wastewater can contain substantial amounts of nutrients, organic carbon, nitrogenous organics, inorganics, suspended and dissolved particles, and has high biochemical and chemical oxygen needs, making it one of the most challenging and expensive wastes to manage. It must be treated to ensure that our natural resources are not harmed.

We have an in- house ETP plant where we treat the water with preliminary, primary, secondary and tertiary treatment. The treated water is safe for the environment and can be used in the farms.


BPA-Ni, chemical and pesticides free food

Bisphenol A was initially found in the 1890s, but it wasn’t until the 1950s that chemists realised it could be combined with other chemicals to make strong and durable plastics. BPA is considered to have the same structure and function as estrogen. BPA can bind to estrogen receptors and alter biological processes because of its estrogen-like structure. This also interacts with other hormone receptors, leading them to operate differently. BPA’s effects on the brain, behavior, and prostate glands in foetuses, babies, and young children have been studied.

We aim at sustainable packaging that is beneficial, safe, and healthy for individuals and communities throughout the packaging’s life cycle. We use nylon, Alox PET, and CTP pouches for our primary packaging. Our 50% of the primary packaging material is recyclable. Our Primary packaging i.e. retort pouches and cans are BPA-ni free and for more information you can visit our website Regal Kitchen

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