At Tetra Pak, our approach to sustainability is shaped by our brand promise: PROTECTS WHAT’S GOOD™. We bring this promise to life by committing to protect food, to protect people and to protect futures.
We believe that good corporate governance is the bedrock of a sustainable and commercially successful business; it is the basis of our brand promise: PROTECTS WHAT’S GOOD™, and is at the heart of all stakeholder relationships.
We have committed to supporting and working to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We are focused on the Goals that are most aligned to our business because this is where we can make the most impact. Across our three pillars of Food, People and Futures, we are working to help eliminate poverty, improve education and health outcomes, create better jobs and tackle key environmental challenges. Read through the report to learn more from the people at Tetra Pak who are working to make the SDGs a reality.
With our in-depth understanding of stakeholder expectations, materiality issues and wider societal and environmental trends, we continue to develop our sustainability approach so it can best address the most important and impactful challenges we face.
Our stakeholders are those who are affected by or affect our business. We actively engage with these groups to find better ways to reduce our impact and make our business more competitive and sustainable.
Mario Abreu is Tetra Pak’s Vice President for Sustainability and the Chairman of the Sustainability Forum. Having joined the company in 1999, Mario took up his current role in 2015. Learn more about what sustainability means for Tetra Pak, and the company’s key achievements in 2017.
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