Tetra Pak launches Sustainability Update

9 Sep 2013


Tetra Pak? has launched its 2013 Sustainability Update in which the company claims to have expanded its dairy network which aims to improve quality and availability of raw milk in developing countries, viagra expanded its School Milk Programme and provided more than 26 billion carton packages in 39 countries with the Forest Stewardship Council? logo (FSC?), a growth of 43% over 2011.

?The company also says that it has extended sourcing of bio-based polymers for the closures and caps, which were used on more than 610 million Tetra Pak cartons and has recycled almost 23% of carton packages sold, although it is still a long way from the 2020 recycling goal of 40%.

?The progresses we?ve made in 2012 are results of innovation and collaboration,? said Dennis Jönsson, President and CEO, Tetra Pak Group. ?We have no illusions about the challenges we face. But we believe that by finding new ways to process, package and distribute food and to deal with waste, and by working with partners throughout the value chain, we will make a difference for the futures of the company, the industry and the society.?

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