We are a global company selling fast-moving consumer goods. Our purpose is to make sustainable living commonplace.
We make some of the world’s best-known brands – all are on a journey to reducing their environmental footprint and increasing their positive social impact.
Our vision is a new way of doing business – one that delivers growth by serving society and the planet.
Other areas of focus:
What’s happening at Unilever? Explore our latest news and stories covering innovation, our people, sustainability, marketing and more…
We are widely recognised as a preferred employer, both by graduates and experienced professionals – find out why.
Our dedicated section for investors. Read about our strategy, governance and shares.
Searching for "financial results" returned 2134 results.
…or conflict resolution
Responsible development of new land areas, which does not result in ‘land grabbing’.
Promote equality between women and men in sustainable production…
…a responsible grower needs
vegetable oils, enables Unilever to provide fewer inputs, results in less pollution and
natural health benefits for margarine, for soil degradation, and…
49. In the last two years, what is the
most significant change in your life
resulting from the trade in this
Open text answer (short).
50. How many school-age…
…Risk related to waste
9.3.1 Wild harvesting of the target crop results in major waste streams
* 9.3.2 There is risk of liquid fuels and lubricants…
…or palm oil from illegal deforestation.
As the task is huge – 16% of global warming results from illegal deforestation – we actively embrace
WWF, Oxfam, Greenpeace and governments…
…subject to court
action, administrative sanctions, or other
government intervention as a result of fires in
the past few years.
A related press release on transboundary haze
…or conflict resolution.
• Responsible development of new land areas, which does not result in ‘land grabbing’.
• Promote equality between women and men in sustainable production…
…packaging is one way to resolve
Analysis of the greenhouse gas emissions
resulting from products and their packaging
across their lifecycle shows a wide range
…environmentally challenging and politically
unstable parts of the world. This has
resulted in high oil prices which the IEA
predicts will remain between $48–$62
of the total life cycle of Unilever products sold
worldwide. The results help us set priorities and
focus our resources on those areas where we can
We're always looking to connect with those who share an interest in a sustainable future.
Get in touch with Unilever and specialist teams in our headquarters, or find contacts around the world.