The Arnott’s Group is the custodian of some of Australia’s most iconic food brands.
We have a responsibility to protect the land on which we rely to create delicious moments for our customers, and the communities we serve.
In 2021, we launched our first Sustainability Statement which clearly set out our vision and commitments, to address our responsibilities in the three key areas where we can make the greatest positive impact. In 2023, we’re proud to share our third Sustainability Report that tracks our progress against our targets.
2023 Sustainability Snapshot
Our sustainability strategy targets three key focus areas across our supply chain:
A Message from the Arnott's Group
“What is reflected in our 2023 Sustainability Report is our effort as a business to double down on sustainable practices – so that The Arnott’s Group can create delicious moments, not just for our consumers, but for our value chain and planet as well. We can be proud of much of our progress already. For me, our work with farming partners to produce more resilient and viable varieties of soft wheat; our efforts to reduce plastic usage and enhance the recyclability of our packaging; and the development of our ‘Reflect’ Reconciliation Action Plan, born out of respect for the connection that First Australians have with the land on which our business relies, are all highlights.”
Arnott’s Group Chief Transformation Officer, Simon Lowden said,
At The Arnott’s Group, our purpose is to create delicious moments, but we have a responsibility to ensure those moments can endure by preserving the land on which we rely and serving the local communities where we operate. We do that by improving the environmental and social sustainability of our operations while encouraging and contributing to sustainable practices across our value chain.
F23 Progress Against Our Targets
You can download our commitments from the links below:
Our Indonesian Resources:
‘The Arnott’s Group acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands across Australia, recognising their enduring connections to Country where our people work, where our ingredients are sourced, and where our products are sold. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; and to Elders past and present.‘