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We have been driving an ambitious sustainability agenda for over two decades. Yet, in the face of ever-growing economic, environmental and social challenges, we are evolving our approach. 

Ringing the alarm and setting long-term ambitions isn't good enough anymore. Now is the time to focus on delivering impact by making sustainability progress integral to business performance.

We are determined to face into this reality to deliver consistent and competitive performance, while transforming our business to achieve our sustainability goals.

Fewer things, done better, with greater impact.

Our Growth Action Plan addresses these challenges head-on. In the coming years, our focus will be on four sustainability priorities: Climate, Nature, Plastics and Livelihoods.



Net zero emissions across our value chain by 2039


  • Reduce absolute operational GHG emissions (Scope 1 & 2) by 100% by 2030 from a 2015 baseline.
  • Reduce absolute Scope 3 energy and industrial GHG emissions* by 42% by 2030 from a 2021 baseline.
  • Reduce absolute Scope 3 forest, land and agriculture (FLAG) GHG emissions** by 30.3% by 2030 from a 2021 baseline.

Resilient and regenerative natural and agricultural ecosystems

  • 95% volume of key crops to be verified as sustainably sourced by 2030

  • Implement Regenerative Agriculture practices on 1 million hectares of agricultural land by 2030

  • Help protect and restore 1 million hectares of natural ecosystems by 2030.

  • Maintain no deforestation across our primary deforestation-linked commodities.
  • Implement water stewardship programmes in 100 locations in water-stressed areas by 2030

An end to plastic pollution through reduction, circulation and collaboration

  • Reduce our virgin plastic footprint – by 30% by 2026, and 40% by 2028, from a 2019 baseline.
  • 100% of our plastic packaging to be reusable, recyclable or compostable – by 2030 (for rigids) and 2035(for flexibles).
  • Use 25% recycled plastic in our packaging by 2025
  • Collect and process more plastic packaging than we sell by 2025.

A decent livelihood for people in our value chain, including by earning a living wage.

  • Help 250,000 smallholder farmers in our supply chain access livelihoods programmes by 2026.
  • Suppliers representing 50% of our procurement spend to sign the Living Wage Promise by 2026.
  • Help 2.5 million SMEs in our retail value chain grow their business by 2026.


Supported by €1 billion Climate & Nature Fund.

Underpinned by our continued commitment to Human Rights and Equity, Diversity & Inclusion.


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