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Compass teams are behind many of the meals and support services that people around the world receive every single day.

Our businesses work hard with clients to make sure the food they serve is safe and high quality. They also work hard to make nutritious, healthy choices easier for our consumers.

We never take for granted our diverse and amazing talent. It’s our responsibility to keep our people – and those working across our value chains – safe and well. We also place great emphasis on learning and development, and building a culture where everyone can be their true selves. In our communities, we invest strategically in local sourcing and social enterprises, and also partner with a number of charities.

Safety Culture

Keeping everyone safe is our top priority. It’s why we make strategic investments in safety systems and training, taking robust steps to ensure safe practices remain second nature.

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Nutrition, Health & Wellbeing

We want to make it easier for consumers to make choices that are better for both people and planet. This means nudging positive choices with plant-forward menus, whilst optimising nutrition, sustainability and affordability.

Caring For Our people

Our people are at the heart of who we are and what we do. We work hard to build an open culture in which our people can thrive, feeling safe and valued for who they are and what they bring to Compass.

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Human Rights & Ethical Trade

We support the dignity, wellbeing, and human rights of our people and of the individuals who work in our supply chains and in the communities where we operate. 

Supporting Local Communities

We support hundreds of thousands of livelihoods through our purchasing. We aim to buy local and to champion social enterprises. Our continued investment has been important for many food producers and small businesses.

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