Every project we undertake incorporates social responsibility, community development and educational programs to enhance the future for the next generation.

By taking our responsibilities seriously, we can be mindful of the impact we have on all aspects of society including environmental, economic and social factors.

We have committed to operate in a way that enhances society, offering protection and provision to the environments we work in, instead of contributing negatively to them.

People

We ensure that people are at the forefront of our decisions throughout our supply chain.

It is important to us that we ensure relative and equal opportunity for the people that form part of the wider Jupiter family.

Planet

The environment we work in is key to our success.

We must remain focused on the conservation of our world by ensuring we maximise every opportunity to make positive decisions for the planet.

Community

We truly believe that by supporting and enhancing the communities that we work in our legacy will be a better fresh produce industry for the future.
Our efforts around education and health span our workforce globally.

Supply Chain

We take pride in the fact that our supply chain relationships are based on transparency and trust.
Cultivating long term and rewarding relationships in this way results in a positive supply chain where each link has clarity on their objectives.

Technology

Our technological advancement is based upon immovable intelligence and we’re consistently innovative in the way we help shape our industry. Our move to blockchain technology allows our produce to be tracked from seed and sapling through to supermarket shelf.

Supporting communities

Making a difference in local communities globally is important to us and in 2009 we created the Nancy Tweddle Foundation, a charitable initiative named after CEO Mark’s late grandmother. The foundations aim is to support community groups to achieve more, working with local and international projects to make a positive difference to those that are less fortunate.