From humble beginnings rooted in the history of the cooperative movement, Tirlán has become a global name in food and nutrition.
Our reputation for producing the highest quality products is intrinsically linked to our 6,000 plus family farms and generations of farmers who nurture nature and care for the land.
We work with nature in a unique system and sustainability is at the core of all our decisions. Our grass-based farming system where our cows graze outdoors for most of the year gives us a natural advantage.
We partner with our farmer suppliers and have developed a trusted structure that offers unrivalled traceability with full, world-class food supply chain control.
We are proud to introduce Living Proof, Tirlán’s commitment to farming, food and the future. It is our sustainability promise for a better way and a better world for generations to come.
Our Sustainability Ambition
By combining the strengths of our people, our farmers and our communities, we are working together to be at the forefront of sustainability.
To deliver on our sustainability ambition, our targeted actions are categorised under five clearly-defined work streams with unambiguous pathways, timelines and methodologies outlined.
Tirlán and its family farm suppliers are committed to a sustainable, viable future for all of our communities. We have already made significant changes and improvements and Living Proof charts our journey together to 2050.
Sustainable News & Insights
Glanbia Ireland hits 100,000 tree-planting target
Glanbia Ireland and its farm family suppliers have hit their Operation Biodiversity tree-planting target a year early.
Avonmore switches to paper straws on School Milk Scheme 2021
Avonmore has switched to paper straws on its milk supplies for over 240 schools nation-wide
FarmGen, Glanbia Ireland’s Solar PV Power Bundle has now been installed on family farms across 13 counties in Glanbia Ireland’s catchment area
FarmGen’s Solar PV rooftop systems help power energy-intensive processes on farm, reducing the costs of milk cooling, vacuum pumps and water heating – the three processes which account for around 80% of total milk parlour energy consumption.