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A Nutritious Start for Youngsters, Myanmar

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School feeding in Myanmar

The challenge: According to UN World Food Programme, one in three children in Myanmar is chronically malnourished. 

The initiative: The Myanmar School Milk Programme was launched in 2013 by the government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, with technical support from Tetra Laval Food for Development. The goal has been to grow the school milk programme into a nationwide programme providing every child in Myanmar with nutritious milk.  

Tetra Pak Launches 2015 Sustainability Update

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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, November 5, 2015 /3BL Media/  – Tetra Pak has launched its 2015 sustainability report, which highlights the company’s achievements in environmental performance, social responsibility and good governance over the past year.

Examples of Tetra Pak’s progress in sustainability include:

Private sector can help feed growing world population

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Ulla Holm, Global Director of Tetra Pak’s Food for Development Office, talks about the role the private sector plays in feeding the growing world population. She highlights food loss as a big issue, especially in the developing world where food gets damaged or lost at a number of points along the food value chain.

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School Milk to 66 Million Children Worldwide

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In 2014, 8.2 billion Tetra Pak packages filled with milk or other nutritious drinks reached 66 million children all around the world. In cooperation with governments, food processors, development agencies and NGO’s, Tetra Pak and Tetra Laval Food for Development are supporting practical implementation of school milk programmes around the world. Some recent highlights are:

Tetra Pak Partnerships Increase School Children’s Access to Milk

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Some 64 million school children received milk or other nutritious drinks in Tetra Pak cartons during 2013, providing them with better nutrition, spurring higher levels of school attendance and creating a catalyst for social advancement.

Tetra Pak 'Making Steady Progress' Towards Recycling Target

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Tetra Pak needs to double recycling rates in order to hit a target of 40% of used beverage cartons being fully recycled by 2020, according to the packaging giant's latest sustainability report.

The report also explains that Tetra Pak will need to triple the number of recycled cartons, to about 100 billion a year, by the end of the decade.

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