Our approach on sustainability


Approximately a third of produced food is wasted, which accounts for 10% of global CO2 emissions. This is where well-designed packaging can help, by preserving food for longer, preventing food waste and improving food safety.

The way we can contribute is by focusing on innovations that can help make packaging smarter and more sustainable with better end-of-life management.

Our sustainability approach covers environmental, social and governance pillars:


  • Design for circularity
  • Climate action
  • Biodiversity
  • Water

As part of our 2030 sustainability agenda, we are driving the transition to a carbon neutral and circular economy by designing our products to be recyclable, compostable or reusable and focusing on shifting to carbon neutral production. We are also committed to minimizing our environmental impact across the value chain, for example by promoting sustainable end-of-use for packaging. In addition, we are increasingly focusing on understanding and minimizing our impacts on water and biodiversity.

Social accountability

  • Ensuring good working conditions for our employees and workers in the value chain
  • Safe, engaging and inclusive work environment
  • Human rights
  • Community involvement

Ensuring good working conditions globally, safeguarding human rights throughout our value chain, and promoting fair employment practices are a key part of our sustainability agenda. We invest in developing our talent and prioritize diversity and inclusion in our work practices. As a company, we aim to be good corporate citizens and have a positive impact on the communities in which we operate.

Governance and ethical business practices

  • Ethics and compliance
  • Global Code of Conduct
  • Corporate governance and management policies
  • Responsible sourcing

We aim to uphold the highest standards of ethics and compliance by staying true to our values – Care Dare Deliver. We promote a culture where our employees as well as our business partners are encouraged to do the right thing and to raise concerns when they suspect any unethical behavior or non-compliance.