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Waste-free world

Today’s throwaway culture must end. We’re working to keep waste in the economy and out of the environment.

Australia’s iconic Bondi beach

Human activity is creating mountains of waste material that should be recycled or reused. This has to stop. We want to help create a waste-free future.

We’re cutting plastic waste by using less plastic, better plastic or no plastic at all – and calling for a fast transition to a circular economy. And we’re on the front line in the fight against food waste – in our factories and on people’s plates.

By 2025, we will:

  • Halve the amount of virgin plastic we use in our packaging
  • Increase the recycled plastic material content in our packaging to 25%
  • Help collect and process more plastic packaging than we sell
  • Ensure all of our plastic packaging is designed to be fully reusable, recyclable or compostable
  • Halve food waste in our operations

Learn more about our global strategy and goals here and check out the progress we’ve made in Australia and New Zealand below.

Flat lay of food

Tackling food waste

People hate to see food wasted, especially when times are hard. And so do we.

As one of the world’s biggest food producers, it’s our ambition to protect and preserve food for everyone across our value chain – starting in our own operations.

We're tackling food waste, both in our supply chain, and by helping consumers reduce the amount of food they throw away. This doesn’t just make good business sense, it’s also good for environment and for society.

Learn more about our global strategy and goals here and check out the progress we’ve made in Australia and New Zealand below.

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