Lantmännen is an agricultural cooperative founded on the deep knowledge our farmers have aquired over generations. We make farming thrive and work together to take responsibility from field to fork.
From field to fork
From our core farming business, through the value chain, from field to fork, we are involved in every step from sowing to harvesting; to the food on our tables, feed for our livestock and climate –smart biofuels.
Locally and globally
Owned by Swedish farmers, Sweden is our base with the Baltic Sea area as our expanded domestic market. We have a strong international presence, and no matter which country and location we operate in, we always take the same responsibility.
Research for the future
We pursue research and invest in innovation for tomorrow’s agriculture, bioenergy and foods of the future. Innovations are crucial if we are to resolve the challenges of today and tomorrow, which is why Lantmännen also has its own research foundation.
Look for the sprout
You´ll find the Lantmännen sprout on our packaging. The products may be different, but everyone can feel safe that we also minimise impact on climate and people. If you find the sprout on a packet, you can be sure what’s inside is Good Food from Lantmännen.
Sweden is already considered to have one of the world’s most sustainable agriculture industries. But many challenges still lie ahead, and here at Lantmännen we have even greater ambitions. We have a unique opportunity to make a positive difference, as we have operations throughout the value chain from field to fork.
Through the Paris Agreement we have a clear focus on tackling climate change and moving towards a fossil-free agriculture by 2050. In Sweden, we have an even more ambitious target of zero net emissions by 2045. And we are on our way to achieving this goal.
We contribute to a positive development of biodiversity and promote important ecosystem services in Swedish agriculture. Developing agriculture in harmony with nature and wildlife is important for a well-functioning environment where crops can thrive.
To minimise waste, we create circular flows from field to fork and back into the loop again. It is important for increasing resource efficiency in our production while reducing our impact on the climate and environment.