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Forwward on Supply Chain

Responsible Sourcing

Our Supply Chains are under increasing from population growth, increased demand for food products and climate change.

That's why we are sourcing all our agricultural ingredients and raw materials sustainably and responsibly.

To make our drinks, we depend on sustainable supply of high-quality agricultural ingredients and raw materials. We need to ensure they are sourced sustainably. We rely on global supply chain to make, sell and distribute our products. we source ingredients for our drinks such as water, sugar beet, sugar cane, coffee, tea and fruit juices, and we also purchase raw materials for our packaging such as glass, aluminium, PET and we made a joint commitment with The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) to ensure that we sustainably source 100% of our priority agricultural ingredients and raw materials.

Together with TCCC, we work collaboratively with our suppliers to respect and protect the human rights of everyone working across our entire supply chain. We aim to ensure our suppliers respect our Code of Conduct and make a positive impact on society, in line with United Nation's Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the International Labour Organization's Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and the United Nation's Global Compact. Our work on supply chain helps to support UN Sustainable Development Goal 2, UN Sustainable Development Goal 8 and UN Sustainable Development Goal 10.


Our Commitment

  • Sustainable Sourcing
  • Ethical Supply Chain
Sustainable Sourcing

We’ll make sure 100% of our main agricultural ingredients and raw materials come from sustainable sources.

We track our progress by measuring compliance with our Supplier Guiding Principles (SGPs), which apply to all our suppliers, and our Principles for Sustainable Agriculture (PSA), which apply to our suppliers of agricultural ingredients and bio-based packaging materials. We evaluate the performance and sustainability of our suppliers through our supplier relationship management process.

Ethical Supply Chain

We’ll continue to embed sustainability, ethics and human rights into our supply chain, by 2025.

We are committed to ensuring that everyone working throughout our operations and within our supply chain is treated with dignity and respect.

Our principles regarding human rights are set out in our Code of Conduct and our Human Rights Policy, which is aligned with accepted international standards such as the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. We have a zero tolerance approach to modern slavery of any kind within our operations and supply chain.