A quick look at the brands, categories and innovations driving our underlying sales growth for the first half of 2023.
Unilever Global: Making sustainable living commonplace
Our future-fit business in action
Unilever brands Dirt Is Good (known as Persil in the UK) and Robijn are bringing laundry sheets to the mass market for the first time. And true to our Clean Future strategy, we’ve added innovative fragrance technology to this ultra-convenient, sustainable format.
It’s the world’s best-selling shampoo for men and the No.1 anti-dandruff shampoo brand in three of our biggest haircare markets. Here’s how scalp care innovation, purpose and proven results are boosting Clear’s growth.
There’s more to Unilever’s ice cream freezers than meets the eye. Some run at warmer temperatures that save on energy bills; others use smart tech to tell you when to restock. In future, they may even predict what consumers want before you do.
Research indicates consumer appetite for instant noodles is rising. A €19.4 million investment at Unilever’s Poznan factory in Poland is ensuring the business is prepped to feed this increased demand, thanks to fully automated lines that will boost noodle production and efficiency.
Let’s change the world for the better, together.
See how we are taking action (6 items)
There’s a lot of plastic pollution in the environment, some with our name on it – and that’s not okay with us.
We want to help build a fairer, more inclusive society. Our foundation must be an equitable workplace.
Our brands are making big changes to help cut greenhouse gas emissions from the use of our products.
We’re working within our business and with external partners to eliminate deforestation from our supply chain, support human rights and tackle climate change.
We’re helping young people develop the skills they need to find meaningful work.
We want to raise living standards by ensuring everyone who directly provides goods and services to Unilever earns a living wage or income.