Optimized production for sustainable value chains

Finding a better way

For a healthier, more sustainable food system

As people become increasingly concerned about the sustainability of the food they consume, we see many brands striving to reduce carbon footprint and protect the planet. We help you achieve this by applying our expertise to develop healthy, tasty products that taste great - while boosting process efficiencies and reducing food waste.

More than 65% of European consumers surveyed say they believe food, drink, and supplement brands should do more to protect the planet1

As a full and proven sustainability partner to the food and beverage industry, we couldn’t agree more. That’s why we have set ourselves ambitious targets to improve our own carbon footprint (including that of our value chain partners); enable optimized food production processes; and advocate for a healthier and more sustainable food system that benefits all.

1FMCG Gurus, Sustainability Trends by Cohort – Europe, June 2021

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Put our expertise to work

Improving our own footprint

We’ve set ourselves ambitious Science Based Targets for improving our own operations, covering greenhouse gases and energy intensity reduction targets – all aimed at achieving Net Zero by 2050. This includes a comprehensive downstream program with our value chain partners.

Enabling sustainable products

The products we develop are better for the planet and people, based on a product lifecycle approach. Through our Brighter Living Solutions, we apply our in-depth knowledge of food and beverage production processes to drive greater efficiency and reduce food loss and waste. 

Advocating for change

We’re determined to play our part in shaping a healthier world. This starts with our commitment to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, which we’ve translated into tangible Food System Commitments. These include reaching 150 million people with nutritious, sustainable plant-based foods by 2030. 

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