Measuring and managing our environmental impact is not only important for the planet and the communities in which we work, it is essential for the financial sustainability of our supply chain and our business.
We are committed to minimising our environmental impact across our operations, and are working to extend environmental standards throughout our supply chain.
We know that today’s consumers are increasingly conscious of the environmental impact of the brands they choose, and are looking for information to help them make informed decisions. That’s why we’ve been working on a series of assessments to help people better understand the environmental footprint of some of our most popular brands.
These assessments provide a summary of the carbon and water impact for each brand and how it compares to drinks such as water, milk and coffee. They also use everyday references (such as water used in shower) to help people easily understand each brand’s impact as well as providing details on how we are working to address these impacts.
Use the links below to download environmental footprint assessments for five of our key brands.
Our 2020 targets
We have set ourselves ambitious targets to be reached by 2020 and are committed to measuring and reporting on every programme that we run in our top 20 markets. Our targets were selected to ensure we help to achieve the UN’s Global Goals.
Our targets cover water, carbon emissions, sustainable packaging, and waste.