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.
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:
September 30, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Tetra Pak has won another award for its revolutionary Tetra Rex® Bio-based - The World’s First Renewable Package. Ethical Corporation announced Tetra Pak as winner of the Sustainable Innovation title at the Sixth Annual Responsible Business Awards ceremony in London last week. The awards celebrate responsible business practice from around the world in seventeen different categories, recognising organisations as well as individuals for their achievements.
This past April, Waste Management’s CEO, David Steiner, declared that recycling in the United States is in crisis. He’s not alone. The CEOs from four of the country’s largest waste management companies have all recently called for a “dramatic overhaul” of our curb-side recycling system.
Tetra Pak West Africa and its customer CHI Limited, one of Nigeria's most respected companies and leading JNSD, LDP and snacks producer, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore appropriate food and beverage opportunities to fight child malnutrition in Nigeria. The MoU was signed during Dennis Jönsson's recent visit to West Africa.
"Child nutrition is important to our country's future and being a proud Nigerian company, we are committed to putting in our best to build a healthy and brighter Nigeria," remarked C. G. Vink, Chairman of Chi Limited.
July 21, 2015 /3BL Media/ - In a global survey of some 6,000 consumers across 12 different countries, more than three-quarters claimed that environmentally sound packaging has an influence on the beverage brand they buy.
Tetra Pak is conducting a reputation study and would love to hear from you
At Tetra Pak we are constantly looking to enhance the way we interact and communicate with our stakeholders and opinion leaders, which is why we are inviting you to participate.
We are currently conducting a study that provides us with key insights on our global reputation in a number of areas, from innovation to sustainability, brand image and more. The project is initiated by Tetra Pak and carried out by Reputation Institute, an international consulting company.
Established companies like Walmart, Unilever, P&G, Coca Cola and PepsiCo are driving positive change in the food and beverage industry with aggressive environmental goals and sustainability priorities. But how are these large organizations able to reach such ambitious targets? The process begins in house, and it starts by weaving sustainability into a corporation’s core values. At Tetra Pak, communication is the key ingredient for translating environmental sustainability into actionable business imperatives.
The Tetra Pak Dairy Index is an annual report, which is designed to help dairy producers identify new opportunities for growth while offering all industry watchers information on the latest facts, figures and trends related to the global dairy industry.