We are proud to share our key partnerships which bring our values of Better Sourced, Better Made and Better for You to life.
Origin Green is the worlds’ only national food and drink sustainability programme. O’Brien Fine Foods joined the programme in 2014, helping us to set measurable sustainability targets that respect the environment and serve our community more effectively.
The Bord Bia Quality Mark signifies that food has been produced to the very highest standard, with strict standards around food safety, animal health and welfare and care for the environment.
The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) is a not-for-profit charity that runs the global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, states, and regions to manage their environmental impact. O’Brien Fine Foods joined the initiative in 2021.
FoodCloud is a social enterprise with a mission to transform surplus food into opportunities to make the world a kinder place. O’Brien Fine Foods is proud to regularly donate meals to our partners at FoodCloud.
Barretstown offers free, specially designed camps, and programmes for children and their families living with a serious illness – supported behind the scenes by 24 hours on site medical and nursing care. O’Brien Fine Foods, through our Brady Family brand, are proud sponsors of the annual Barretstown Big Picnic which raises vital funds to support Barretstown.
O’Brien Fine Foods, through our Brady Family brand, are proud sponsor of Kildare GAA, LGFA and Camogie, with 2022 bringing our sponsorship to 10 years.
See Change has developed a six-step pledge programme to help Irish workplaces create an open culture around mental health and play a role in challenging mental health stigma. O’Brien Fine Foods has trained its People Managers in mental health awareness, and committing to an open culture around mental health for managers and employees.
One third of our bee species is threatened with extinction from Ireland. That is why O’Brien Fine Foods has signed up to be an official Business Supporter of The All-Ireland Pollinator Plan, bringing together organisations from all walks of life to come together to try to create an Ireland where pollinators can survive and thrive.