Woolworths is committed to community-driven food growing initiatives and fund two major flagship projects where they give long-term support and equip selected community efforts with the skills and expertise to continue making a difference. They also support schools via EduPlant, improve education through MySchool and Making The Difference initiatives, support orphaned and vulnerable children through the Woolworths Trust and, through store giving and surplus food and clothing donations, help alleviate the burden of poverty. Click back often to see what's new.
The good business journey is an acceleration of Woolworths ongoing commitment to managing the business' impact as it continues to grow and meet the increasing needs of South African consumers. Transformation, social development, environmental protection and climate change are the core issues that are addressed in this important journey.Come along with us.
Woolworths offers South African consumers the widest range of certified organic products, from pasta and peanut butter to t-shirts and towels. They also offer organic processed foods grown without the use of synthetic chemicals such as herbicides and pesticides, and according to strict organic standards. Here we keep you up to date on exciting new organic options continuously added to Woolworths' range of foods.
From badger-friendly honey and green stores to organic and free-range products, healthy eating choices, protection of biodiversity, animal welfare, water management, waste management and the reduction of packaging - Woolworths ensures the planet's getting greener by the minute. Stay up to date with what's happening right here.