Nestle is among the industry bodies that have endorsed the EU Code of Conduct and is contributing to the transition towards a more sustainable food system. With its commitments, Nestle is taking actions to promote healthier and balanced diets and tackle its environmental impact.

Circular and resource-efficient food chain

Nestle has set the goal to use 100% recyclable and reusable packaging by 2025, and to reduce the use of virgin plastic in its packaging by one third by 2025.

Nestlé’s Waters business aims to increase the use of rPET in our bottles to an average of 50% by 2025 in Europe and collect as many plastic bottles as it produces by 2030.

Climate neutrality

Nestle aims to achieve 20% reduction of emissions by 2025, 50% reduction by 2030, Net Zero by 2050 (considering 2018 baseline + company growth). Nestlé’s Water Brands San Pellegrino (mineral water and sparkling drinks), Acqua Panna, Perrier, Levissima and Vittel aim at carbon neutrality in 2022.


Nestlé’s Water business has committed to lead the regeneration of the water cycle to help create a positive water impact everywhere Nestlé’s waters business operates by 2025. Further, Nestlé’s Water business aims to certify all bottling water plants with the Alliance for Water stewardship (AWS) standard by 2025.

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