When Kraft Heinz was formed in 2015, we prioritized corporate citizenship and sustainability efforts. We began with stakeholder engagement and a materiality analysis, and then leveraged our findings to focus on high-priority issues in areas where we can make the greatest impact.
Those findings also guided our development of four key pillars: Better Supply Chain, Better Environment, Better Products and Better Communities.
Our goal is to build trust among our Company’s broad set of stakeholders by promoting socially responsible practices across our supply chain, setting aggressive environmental goals, improving the products we sell and making impactful advancements in communities—all with a commitment to transparency and two-way dialogue.
Read our Sustainability report here.
One of our recent commitments is the Race to Zero, where we:
- Aim to make 100% of its packaging globally recyclable, reusable or compostable by 2025.
- Join the Science Based Targets initiative and, by 2020, announce a science-based emissions reduction target.
In addition, globally, Kraft Heinz is transitioning to using only eggs from hens that live in cage-free environments. We define cage-free eggs as those laid by hens allowed to walk, nest and engage in other behaviors in an open area.