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 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.
2022 Sustainability Snapshot
Our sustainability strategy continues to target our three key focus areas across our supply chain:
A Message from the Arnott's Group
Arnott’s Group CEO, George Zoghbi said,
“Creating a sustainable future is critical and we will not waiver from our commitments, even when there are challenges like the past year - COVID-19, global supply chain constraints, international conflict and closer to home extreme weather conditions.
We have a responsibility, across our entire supply chain, from how we source and make our products to how we connect with the community. Sustainability is at the heart of everything we do as a business, and it is an imperative we continue to drive progress."
Arnott’s Group Chief Transformation Officer, Simon Lowden said,
“We have spent the past year taking stock of our processes, measuring our outputs, and working closely with the industry, our customers and our partners on emerging technologies, new materials and collective challenges. We have listened to the repeated calls from consumers worldwide, demanding greater accountability from companies, and we have taken action.”
Twelve months on, the release of our 2022 Sustainability Report is our recommitment to the future we want to create, highlighting the progress we have made. Our highlights include:
Creating a more accountable and transparent supply chain
Committing to renewable energy solutions
Widely adopting the Australasian Recycling Label
Increasing transparency and choice in our nutrition portfolios
You can download our commitments from the links below:
Our Indonesian Resources: