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Kraft Heinz unveils 2023 ESG report: Advancing sustainable impact and community support

The Kraft Heinz Company has unveiled its 2023 Environmental Social Governance Report, “Together at the Table,” showcasing its strides towards promoting community well-being and addressing sustainability challenges across its three core pillars: Healthy Living & Community Support, Environmental Stewardship, and Responsible Sourcing.

Mars, Procter & Gamble, Amcor, and Delterra launch partnership to combat plastic pollution in the Global South

Global consumer packaged goods companies Mars and Procter & Gamble, packaging producer Amcor, and environmental non-profit Delterra have joined forces to address plastic pollution in the Global South. The partnership, which commits $6 million over five years, aims to implement scalable solutions for a circular plastics economy. The initiative coincides with the upcoming Global Plastics Treaty negotiations. The partners recognise that plastic pollution stems from inadequate waste management and circularity solutions, prompting investments in innovative programmes. Delterra’s Plastic IQ tool will help companies reduce their plastic footprint and transition to a circular economy, while the Rethinking Recycling programme focuses on capturing recyclable and compostable materials. The partnership initially targets Indonesia, Argentina, and Brazil, with the goal of providing waste management and recycling systems to 10 million people and driving systemic change across the ecosystem.

Kraft Heinz unveils 2023 ESG report: Advancing sustainable impact and community support

The Kraft Heinz Company has unveiled its 2023 Environmental Social Governance Report, “Together at the Table,” showcasing its strides towards promoting community well-being and addressing sustainability challenges across its three core pillars: Healthy Living & Community Support, Environmental Stewardship, and Responsible Sourcing.

Mars, Procter & Gamble, Amcor, and Delterra launch partnership to combat plastic pollution in the Global South

Global consumer packaged goods companies Mars and Procter & Gamble, packaging producer Amcor, and environmental non-profit Delterra have joined forces to address plastic pollution in the Global South. The partnership, which commits $6 million over five years, aims to implement scalable solutions for a circular plastics economy. The initiative coincides with the upcoming Global Plastics Treaty negotiations. The partners recognise that plastic pollution stems from inadequate waste management and circularity solutions, prompting investments in innovative programmes. Delterra’s Plastic IQ tool will help companies reduce their plastic footprint and transition to a circular economy, while the Rethinking Recycling programme focuses on capturing recyclable and compostable materials. The partnership initially targets Indonesia, Argentina, and Brazil, with the goal of providing waste management and recycling systems to 10 million people and driving systemic change across the ecosystem.