Farm to table

Hyatt is committed to increasing our responsible sourcing of products and services associated with concerns for climate change, deforestation, human rights, waste, public health, resource scarcity, biodiversity, and animal welfare.

We prioritize collaborating with suppliers that share our values and commitment to responsible business practices, and work closely together to identify more sustainable options whenever possible.    


Food. Thoughtfully Sourced. Carefully Served.

Hyatt’s food and beverage philosophy, Food. Thoughtfully Sourced. Carefully Served., guides the way we design menus to better serve our guests, our communities, and our planet. We strive to provide healthful options for guests to support their wellbeing. Our efforts extend to our supply chain, where we work with local suppliers and incorporate more sustainable ingredients. Read more about the principles of our philosophy here.

Highlights include:

  • Hyatt was the first multinational hotel company to work with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and take a leadership position in sustainable seafood. We are committed to increasing responsibly sourced seafood, with a focus on Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) or Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) certifications. Learn More
  • We are committed to working with all managed and franchised hotels globally to source cage-free eggs, with a goal of sourcing 100% cage-free shell and egg products globally by the end of 2025. While our goal for the U.S., Canada, and Europe had been for 2022, given the impact of the pandemic on our business and supply chains, we have extended the goal for this group to align with the 2025 global goal. As of December 2020, 72% of the shell eggs and 69% of the egg products used in managed hotels in the U.S. are cage-free.
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Supporting Responsible Consumption

Hyatt hotels are advancing responsible consumption through purchasing decisions, including:
  • Offering soap made with palm oil certified to the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) standards at Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotels in the Americas.
  • Increasing FSC-certified or recycled content paper products.
  • Implementing circular economy considerations by sourcing reusable items, products made from post-consumer recycled materials, and items that are readily recyclable or compostable.
  • Becoming a signatory in 2018 of the World Travel and Tourism Council Declaration on Illegal Trade in Wildlife to combat exploitation of vulnerable species and protect wildlife.