Corporate social responsibility
At TGI Fridays, we know that our business can make a positive contribution to addressing social, environmental and ethical concerns by working in a responsible and sustainable way.
We work with many industry experts to ensure any decisions we make are informed ones which make a genuine and lasting difference. As a result, we have developed a CSR strategy focusing on four key areas: sourcing responsibly, supporting customer wellbeing, respect for the environment, contributing to society.
Sharing the Fridays feeling
TGI Fridays is all about creating feel good times, and this goes beyond the experiences our guests have at our restaurants. From cycling from London to Paris to raise money for our charity partners, to installing energy efficient hand dryers in our restrooms, we are committed to doing what we can for others in our community and the environment.
We use green energy in the vast majority of our restaurants. We send 0% waste to landfill, utilising Anaerobic Digestion for our food waste.
We have developed an animal welfare policy to cover all meat species and it is our ambition to achieve 100% of suppliers to meet farm assurance standards as the TGI Fridays minimum by 2020. We have made a good start on our journey of promoting responsible animal welfare throughout our meat supply chain with over a third of our total meat purchases being produced to farm assurance standards. By mid - 2018, we hope to achieve 70%. In addition, all our eggs either whole shell or used as ingredients in powder or liquid form are free range.