Did you know?
High sustainability companies significantly outperform their counterparts over the long-term, both in terms of stock market as well as accounting performance.
of global consumers – especially younger generations—say that ethics/ environmentally friendly and social responsibility are key drivers to choose a product or service.¹
of consumers agree reducing or recycling food waste is important. 51% of consumers say it’s more important than before the COVID pandemic.²
Through the reach and the power of the foodservice industry, Unilever Sustainable Living Plan can help tackle the following areas in your commissary:
- Reducing Plastics
- Sustainable Sourcing
- Reducing Food Waste
- Increasing Food Safety
Only Unilever defines a target on foods delivering ‘positive nutrition’ for all products globally
Access to Nutrition Index (ATNI) awarded Unilever a top spot, providing recognition for leadership in the Lifestyle and Health & Wellness of their employees, Marketing, Product Labeling and Health & Nutrition Claims, and with above average rank in every category.
We are recognized for reducing sugar, salt, and calories in our products, REMOVING 170 BILLION SUGAR CUBES FROM ICE-TEA DRINKS since 2010 and 37 MILLION TONS OF SALT from our food products
– enough to fill almost 15,000 Olympic swimming pools.
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As one of the largest food manufacturers in the world, we have a responsibility to help shape a global food system that is fair for everyone. Which is why we have launched our ‘Future Foods’ initiative – it’s our plan to help people transition towards healthier diets and reduce the environmental impact of the food chain.
¹ Globaldata Foodservice – Sustainability & Ethics, May 2021
² Globaldata The Foodservice Consumer in 2021 and Beyond, Aug 2021