With this new initiative, Danone expects to remove 1.2 million tons of carbon dioxide equivalent to methane emissions by 2030.
Danone brand Evian is piloting water bottles made from 100% recycled PET (rPET) at the Wimbledon tennis tournament. Last year the brand used 25% in bottles for the famed event.
CDP analyst Christie Clarke shares insights from a new report that ranks 16 of the largest and publicly listed fast moving consumer goods companies on their business readiness for a low-carbon transition.
Packaging manufacturer Loop Industries, Inc., has signed a multi-year packaging supply agreement with Danone SA. The food and beverage giant will purchase 100% sustainable and upcycled Loop-branded PET from Loop’s joint venture facility with Indorama Ventures Limited in the US. Danone will use the packaging for brands across its portfolio. ... Read more »
Global recycling organization TerraCycle unveiled a new circular delivery service for consumers called Loop. The coalition supporting this reusable and returnable system includes Procter & Gamble, Unilever, PepsiCo, Mondelez International, Nestlé, Danone, and UPS.
PepsiCo has joined the NaturALL Bottle Alliance, a research consortium started last year by Danone, Nestlé Waters, and startup Origin Materials to develop packaging made with 100% sustainable and renewable resources. The partnership aims to create bio-based beverage containers with lower carbon footprints.
Evian will have 100% recycled plastic bottles for all of its water by 2025, the water brand’s parent company Danone announced. In order to achieve this, Evian’s strategy involves collaborating with startup Loop Industries to redesign its packaging, Reuters reported. Currently Evian’s plastic bottles use about 25% recycled plastic, according ... Read more »
Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Danone and Nestlé have recently taken steps to use more recycled and biobased plastic in their bottles and packaging. But according to a Greenpeace UK survey, the top global soft drink brands aren’t doing enough.
The world’s two largest bottled water companies, Danone and Nestlé Waters, have teamed up with a California startup to develop and launch at commercial scale a PET plastic bottle made from 100 percent biobased material.
Climate Week 2016 opened yesterday with business and government leaders convening in New York City for dozens of events that focus on the transition to a low-carbon economy. This year’s Climate Week includes a sharp focus on countries ratifying the Paris climate agreement — and what this means for global ... Read more »
A Lux Research report says not only do bio-based materials and chemicals perform as well as their petro-based counterparts, they can actually perform better than incumbents and offer real business value to companies.
Danone’s Jean Christophe Laugée discusses why Danone sees sustainability as a business opportunity.