Thai Wah is committed to integrating into our strategy, culture, and day-to-day operations the UN Global Compact (UNGC) and the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, which have been widely embraced by business organizations all across the world. We intend to engage in collaborative projects that advance the UN's broader development goals, in particular the Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs, in order to identify and implement sustainability goals that are compliant with international standards and contribute to our continuous growth and development.
  • Procurement of environmentally friendly products and services accounts for 8% of the total national procurement budget. 
  • Executives and associates participated in anti-corruption training at 100 percent and 99 percent of target group, respectively
  • Disease-Free Cassava Stems Distributed to Farmers Increased by 13% to 903,792 Stems
  • Farmer members on Thai Wah’s farming application increased by 88% to 39,500 members.  
  • Farm Sustainability Assessment (FSA – SAI) Knowledge sharing and training provided for 1,440 farmers in Thailand and 859 farmers in Cambodia.
  • Water consumption was reduced by 462 million liters
  • Treated water as a percentage of used water remained at 100%
  • Consumption of electricity generated by renewable energy accounted for 31% of the total electricity consumption
  • Lost-Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) at 5.6
  • Greenhouse gases emission scope 1 and 2 reduced 39% from year 2021
  • Average Training Hours was 61 Hours/Person/Year
  • Ratio of Female Associates to Male Associates Remained at 1:1
  • Associates with Disabilities was 17 persons with 2,274,680 Baht to Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities
  • Clean label and healthy solutions starch products at 42 SKU
  • R&D Spending Increased by 4.8 Million Baht to 41.1 Million Baht
  • Plastic packaging consumption reduced by 5.7 tons
  • Paper consumption reduced 129 tons from using green carton