We do not have to choose between protecting our planet’s ecosystem and meeting the human need for food
The COVID-19 pandemic has stress tested the global food supply chain like never before, putting a spotlight on the importance of food safety and availability.
Border restrictions, lockdowns and supply chain disruptions have forced the industry and companies like ours to take extraordinary business continuity measures, to support the uninterrupted supply of safe and healthy food to consumers across the world in these challenging times.
Packaging plays a critical role in the global food delivery system, helping keep food safe, nutritious and available for people around the world. But it can also cause problems for the planet.
Tetra Pak is on a journey to create the ultimate sustainable food package – one that secures food safety and availability while reducing the impact on our planet. What are the challenges and what needs to be done to solve them?
Tetra Pak is on a journey to deliver the world's most sustainable food package. Learn why they aim to create packaging soley from plant-based materials that are fully renewable, fully recyclable and carbon neutral in this video.
Employees called upon to nominate local organizations
DENTON, Texas , September 3, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Tetra Pak recently awarded $275,000 to organizations supporting COVID-19 relief efforts in many of the U.S. communities where the company operates. These donations are part of the $734,000 earmarked for the U.S. from Tetra Laval’s larger €10 million global pledge announced earlier this summer.
Innovation often thrives in periods of adversity. It's a lesson from history, and during the past few months it has been proven to be right yet again. When Covid-19 was spreading globally, so was innovation; germinating where it was needed most and proving that humanity can respond smartly and swiftly to even the most elusive of challengers.
Commitment to sustainability remains steadfast despite global pandemic
August 18, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Tetra Pak published its 2020 Sustainability Report, celebrating the many ways the company has worked to protect food, people and futures in the past year. An annual tradition since 1999, this year's report is especially poignant in the midst of a global pandemic, while the world's focus on planet and the environment is being challenged.
The company announces commitment to reach net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in its own operations by 2030, with the ambition to achieve net zero GHG emissions for the entire value chain by 2050
LAUSANNE, Switzerland,July 28, 2020, /3BL Media/ - Today, Tetra Pak reconfirms its strategic priority in driving the sustainability transformation by setting an ambition for net zero emissions across the value chain by 2050, supporting this with an intermediate 2030 target of net zero carbon emissions across its own operations. The company will also set emissions reduction targets in line with 1.5°C according to the Science Based Targets (SBT) initiative across scopes 1, 2 and 3.
Society is changing rapidly, and not just because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today’s society has high expectation of how business behaves. In turn, companies that lead the way on key issues like sustainability, equality and fairness are gaining both respect and customers.
The global climate crisis is especially a focus of individual action – where consumers express their point of view by making clear, and actionable everyday choices, like when they decide what flavour, and which type of juice to opt for as they wander the aisles of their supermarket.
DENTON, Texas, June 9, 2020 /3BL Media/ - The global COVID-19 outbreak has brought about never-before seen challenges in our daily lives, and we remain deeply concerned for all those affected by the pandemic.