Wrapping our food. Closing the loops
The Packaging

Wrapping our food. Closing the loops

Take home your favourite dairy and you’ll expect it to be fresh for days to come. Some of that expectation is down to good packaging. But today, packaging must do more. It’s why we aim to have 100% recyclable packaging by 2025, with no fossil-based virgin plastic by 2030*.

Going for 100% recyclable

Are you recycling at home? Then you know making sure everything is recycled correctly is no easy task. But you know your effort makes a difference – and by using packaging materials that can have a second life, we want to help you do more. 

That’s why by the end of 2022, 93% of our  packaging for our own brands were designed for recycling. And why we aim to reach 100% by 2025. We’re doing our bit to help you do yours.

Using better plastic. And less of it

When you’re savouring that final spoonful of yoghurt, knowing you can recycle the tub is a plus. But not all recyclable materials are made equal. We want to make sure our packaging is. That’s why we’ve set ourselves the goal of eliminating all virgin fossil-based plastic from our own packaging by 2030 .

In some cases, we’re also replacing plastics with fibre materials. And when that’s not possible, we’re using plastics – either recycled or made of renewable materials.

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Clever design for food safety

You’ll hear us say lots about recyclability and material use when we talk about packaging. But at the end of the day, well-designed packaging also has to keep your favourite yoghurt or milk safe and fresh.

Whether we’re exchanging to recycled content or partnering to develop innovative packaging materials like fibre-based solutions – we never compromise on food safety.

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