We catch up with CEO of REN Clean Skincare Arnaud Meysselle to discuss how his maverick cross-brand alliance is catalysing the fight against packaging waste
Four ways we’re fighting waste
New initiative will help create a circular economy for plastics in India by setting up material recovery facilities, promoting household segregation of waste and supporting the social inclusion of thousands of workers within the informal waste-picking sector.
No one likes throwing away good food. Our latest pilot with the Too Good To Go app allows consumers to have Unilever brands delivered directly to their door, cutting costs and food waste.
We’re teaming up with cosmetics and personal care businesses across Europe as a Pioneer member of the new Cosmetics Europe Commit for our Planet initiative.
With negotiations on a UN treaty on plastic pollution kicking off next week in Uruguay, here’s what Unilever – and other businesses – are asking governments to consider at the talks.
Big business must use its influence to drive faster action on climate change. Hannah Hislop and Subhi Barakat, Climate Action Global Sustainability Managers at Unilever, explain why.
Cutting business waste is just one of the ingredients in Unilever Food Solutions’ recipe for a waste-free future. We spoke to chefs Alex Hall in the UK, Audrey Crone in Ireland and Mary Worthington in South Africa to find out how they’re helping reduce waste and increase profit margins in the process.
Our focus on driving bigger, better and more impactful innovation delivered over €1 billion of incremental turnover in 2021, double the delivery in 2020. Here are just a few examples of our innovation in action.
With powerful plant-based cleaning ingredients, a new formula for high performance on a low-energy cold wash, and plastic-free cardboard packaging, our Persil, Skip and OMO brands are launching their most sustainable laundry capsules yet.
Unilever International has forged a partnership with the InterContinental Hotels Group to supply the guest bathrooms in its Hotels & Resorts with larger packs of personal care products in a move that will significantly cut IHG’s single-use plastic footprint.
More than 700 global experts placed us top when it comes to integrating sustainability into our business strategy.
We're investing in sustainable, tech-driven ingredients to power our future growth.
We are delighted to once again be recognised by Gartner in its annual Supply Chain Top 25 ranking, retaining our spot in the exclusive ‘Masters’ category for the fourth consecutive year
Using less plastic, keeping it in the loop for longer by using recycled content, finding alternatives to cutting out new plastic completely.