An increasing global population means there are a lot of hungry mouths to feed. And with obesity becoming an expanding problem globally, it’s not enough to simply provide people with enough to eat, we also have to ensure we’re providing the right kind of nutritious food. That’s why we have maximum levels for saturated fat, sodium, trans fats and sugar. These are based on dietary guidelines, so we don’t overstep those maximum levels.
Every U does more than just taste good
Here’s some food for thought—the things we eat shouldn’t just be about tasting good, they should also be about doing good. So we’re always working to ensure every one of our food brands tastes good, feels good and is a force for good.
Working hard to keep all 7.6 billion of us nutritiously fed
Keeping up with health trends
With a growing population comes growing health trends, and that’s reflected in our brands. From Knorr products fortified with vitamins, to vegan Hellman’s mayonnaise and non-dairy Ben & Jerry’s, we’ve kept pace with people’s taste.
Brewing up a sustainably sourced future for our tea
Sustainably sourcing as many of our ingredients as possible is also key to ensuring you get the products you can’t do without (like that morning cup of tea) whilst also looking after the planet. Did you know that, since 2015, all the tea for our Lipton tea bags is made from 100% Rainforest Alliance Certified™ sources? And we’re working hard to make all our tea sustainably sourced by 2020.
So whichever of our tasty products you’re tucking into, rest assured that every bite, lick and sip doesn’t just taste good and feel good, it’s also a force for good.
Find out more about how we’re committed to sustainable nutrition.
Photo by Ana Riestra, Unilever Workplace Manager, Mexico
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