We have supported thousands of farmers to adopt organic agriculture.
This was a vital step in the right direction — but it’s only the beginning on a long journey.
The food system is responsible for roughly half of global carbon emissions — even though agriculture, when practiced with knowledge and care, could be one of the largest carbon sinks. It is also contributing to the collapse of ecosystems and the loss of soil fertility — yet with the right mindset and processes, it could protect and restore both.
These are the reasons why we not only maintain a 100% organic product line, but also support farmers in adopting additional regenerative practices. They promise a win-win for the long-term viability of their farms and for the ecosystem.
Sustainability does not stop at regeneration. We also make dedicated efforts to remove non-degradable materials from our supply chain and to conserve water.
Continue our historic grower support program for organic management
Support our growers to implement regenerative agriculture
Sequester more carbon than we emit together with our regenerative growers by 2030
Help replant forests with indigenous varieties in deforested areas
Switch to biodegradable consumer packaging by the end of 2022