Expertise in Food & Ag Sustainability

Strategy and services that work toward a better world.

Rooted in food and agriculture since 1932, Pinion guides companies to develop data-driven sustainability strategies.

Today’s sustainability considerations are increasingly complex. Our team of experts work with clients across the value chain to support ESG program development, greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting, goal-setting initiatives (such as setting science-based targets), and tracking and reporting ESG performance through established frameworks.

We work with leading food and ag companies, industries, NGOs across the United States and internationally. Our clients, and their commitment to creating a better world, inspire us every day to build a more resilient food system.

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Our 3 Pillars for Sustainability Program Success

From small food and agriculture operations to large industry leaders, Pinion develops measurable
and actionable sustainability programs that are scaled to satisfy your unique needs.

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Decision Support

Sustainable Farming

Data and Reporting

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Sustainability Assurance

Ag Sustainability Solutions

Pinion consultants will help achieve your sustainability goals – from strategy and implementation to assessments and reporting – our services are designed for you to meet the needs of stakeholders and improve upon the social and environmental performance of your agriculture business.

Cutting-Edge Expertise

Our team has expertise throughout the food and agriculture industry, as well as from leading sustainability platforms who are driving metrics and reporting frameworks in the U.S. and globally. Our experts are certified or experienced in:

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“Pinion has been a change agent for our industry in assisting in the development of an assurance quality program, that will contribute to the next evolution of consumer demands and buyer preferences for the pecan industry, while showcasing the industry’s food quality, security, and sustainability practices.”

-Alexander J. Ott, Executive Director, American Pecan Council

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