Mondelēz 2022 Snacking Made Right Report: Going Further, Faster

Mondelēz 2022 Snacking

Mondelēz 2022 Snacking – Mondelez International believes that our ESG strategy helps to generate growth, create value, and strengthen our business. This is why, in addition to growth, execution, and culture, we have made sustainability the fourth pillar of our long-term business plan, Vision 2030.. 

Our mission as a worldwide snacking leader is to make snacking right in a world confronting many different concerns, such as climate change, environmental loss, worker welfare, and plastic waste, to name a few. To meet these difficulties and achieve our goal of sustainable growth, we focus on topics that are essential to us, our customers, and the globe. This increased and faster attention is central to how we expect to realize our sustainability vision of building a future where people and the environment work together. 

We have big and specific long-term aims that help us concentrate, accelerate, and expand our work, building on our stated goals for 2025. It is our way of amplifying our ambition to lead the future of snacking and maximize our ability to have a greater beneficial impact as we develop. 

We are particularly interested in more responsibly sourced chocolate and wheat, two key ingredients in our popular snacks. We have scaled our core initiatives, Cocoa Life and Harmony wheat, over our first ten years as a company, assisting hundreds of thousands of farmers in building stronger farming companies and more resilient communities and landscapes. We witness reduced or near-zero deforestation on or near the coast. 

Mondelēz 2022 Snacking

We are also aiming toward net zero carbon emissions and decreasing packaging waste by promoting a circular packaging economy. We’re incorporating the carbon savings provided by Cocoa Life and Harmony into our net zero strategy. In terms of packaging, we switched to an innovative soft plastic that contains 30% recycled plastic in our Cadbury Dairy Milk wrappers in Australia and the United Kingdom. 

While we are driving change in our own organization, we recognize that the difficulties are systemic and cannot be handled by a single company. Multi-stakeholder coalitions are essential for achieving the necessary system transformation. We are actively leading important coalitions and sharing our data and learnings with peer companies in order to build innovative solutions.