US Foods transitions to renewable diesel and renewable natural gas

April 18, 2022 |

In Illinois, US Foods Holding Corp has committed to converting all California broadline distribution centers’ onsite fueling to 100% renewable diesel fuel by mid-2022 and committed to converting Texas-based compressed natural gas (CNG) trucks to renewable natural gas fuel in 2022. Committed to adding 26 additional CNG trucks and 15 electric trucks to the company’s fleet in 2022.

US Foods Holding Corp. issued its 2021 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report last week. Throughout the report, US Foods highlights 2021 progress and the momentum created for the year ahead across its sustainable product offerings, support for associates and communities, and initiatives to reduce the environmental impact of its operations.

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