Sustainability Update 2014

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Sustainability Update 2014

This Sustainability Update covers our activities and achievements in 2013, as well as our strategic objectives, our management approach to our responsibilities, and our use of an integrated value chain to engage our stakeholders.

The full Tetra Pak Sustainability Update 2014 can be found on our corporate website

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Doubling Milk Yield and Reducing Malnutrition – What’s Tetra Pak’s Secret?
By Stephen Kennett 2degrees community manager Global demand for milk is set to surge. It’s anticipated that within the next decade the demand for dairy products will rise by over 35%, taking the yearly total beyond 710 million tonnes of liquid milk equivalent. It’s a boom that is being fuelled largely by population growth, rising prosperity, improving diets and urbanisation in Africa,...
Nov 12, 2014 9:00 AM ET
Tetra Pak® New Whey Filtration System Helps Small and Medium-Sized Dairies to Reduce Food Waste
Tetra Pak’s processing business is now the market leader in filtration systems for milk, cheese and whey applications, enhanced by the acquisitions of Filtration Engineering and DSS Silkeborg in 2012 and 2013 respectively. We now have important in-house expertise in reverse osmosis, nanofiltration and microfiltration, and we are now focused on applying these technologies across a range of...
Sep 24, 2014 10:00 AM ET
1.1 Billion Packages with Bio-Based Caps Delivered to Customers in 2013
We strongly believe that the most effective way to ensure a sustainable future for the packaging industry is to increase our use of renewable resources. Our ambition is to develop a package made entirely from renewable materials; compared with today, when renewable material accounts for around 70% of a carton, averaged across our entire portfolio. Tetra Pak has continued to lead the...
Sep 14, 2014 9:00 AM ET
Tetra Pak Partnerships Increase School Children’s Access to Milk
Some 64 million school children received milk or other nutritious drinks in Tetra Pak cartons during 2013, providing them with better nutrition, spurring higher levels of school attendance and creating a catalyst for social advancement. In June 2013, the Republic of the Union of Myanmar became one of the latest countries to launch a new school milk programme using Tetra Pak cartons. The...
Sep 9, 2014 10:00 AM ET
Tetra Pak 'Making Steady Progress' Towards Recycling Target
Tetra Pak needs to double recycling rates in order to hit a target of 40% of used beverage cartons being fully recycled by 2020, according to the packaging giant's latest sustainability report. The report also explains that Tetra Pak will need to triple the number of recycled cartons, to about 100 billion a year, by the end of the decade. "To...
Sep 5, 2014 10:00 AM ET