As one of the UK’s most beloved brands, we recognise our responsibility to the environment and society. Here’s what we do for our Planet, Pizza and People.
We’re going to be a Net Zero company by 2040. From working with our suppliers to reducing waste in every part of our business, here’s what we’ve done so far and what our plans are.
Most of our greenhouse gas emissions come from our suppliers and at the farm level.
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We partnered with consultants who measured our greenhouse gas emissions for a 12-month period. This was April 2019 – March 2020, the latest pre-pandemic period we could benchmark ourselves against. We used the Greenhouse Gas Protocol and multiplied our company activities against emissions factors that were supplied by the UK government, academics, and industry experts.
Where our dressings don't come in glass bottles, the bottles contain recycled PET plastic – which has 25% less GHG emissions compared to virgin plastic.
Since 1965, we've worked with the best ingredients we can get for our delicious pizzas.
We look out for our people, both our teams and our communities.
People and pizza is what makes PizzaExpress, and makes us a great place to visit and work. From the pizza making parties in your childhood, to getting your first job with us, we always want to be a part of your journey. Our values come from our teams, and we want to share why our teams love working here.
The charity has worked in partnership with local stakeholders for more than 50 years to protect the city, its culture and its environment.
Whenever you order a Funghi di Bosco pizza, a percentage will be donated to the Fund.
Nordoff and Robbins’ vision is to live in a world where through music therapy, human potential is recognised, witnessed, and celebrated regardless of profound disability, illness, or social exclusion. Jazz is essential to our heritage at PizzaExpress, and our partnership with Nordoff and Robbins is one way we stay true to Peter Boizot’s legacy.
Place2Be’s mission is to improve the mental wellbeing and prospects of children, their families and communities across the UK. Through their various support programmes, 70% of children record an improvement in wellbeing, 68% of students cause fewer problems in class, and 75% find it easier to have and keep friends.
Enable Ireland provides disability services from 43 locations across Ireland for over 600 000 people. Demand for their services has grown hugely due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. They partnered with PizzaExpress in 2004, and since then we’ve raised over 245 000 Euros for children and adults with disabilities.