The challenges with packaging today

From greenhouse gas emissions, plastic waste in our environment and expanding landfills to the depletion of finite resources and limited recyclability.

Our journey to deliver the most sustainable food package

Our aim is to create cartons made solely from responsibly sourced renewable or recycled materials, fully recyclable and carbon neutral. It is all part of our journey to deliver the world’s most sustainable food package.

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What does a successful partnership in a circular economy look like?

ITC and Tetra Pak enjoy a unique 'circular' relationship. Watch to learn what keeps the relationship thriving.

Driven by our brand promise - 'Protects What's Good' – Environmental Sustainability is one of Tetra Pak’s strongest values. 16 years of building a strong recycling ecosystem for used cartons in the country, while also positively impacting the lives of thousands of waste-pickers. Here's our story, as told by CNBC TV18.

Every year, several crore litres of liquid food reaches the Indian Army in the remotest corners of the country with the help of Tetra Pak's aseptic processing and packaging technology. But what happens to the used packages? A unique partnership between Tetra Pak and 14 contingents of the Indian Army ensures that the used packages are carefully collected and recycled. Here's the full story.

Parle Agro

Since the launch of Frooti in Tetra Pak cartons in 1985, Parle Agro and Tetra Pak have time and again introduced new packaging formats, based on consumer and marketing insights. Today, Frooti has grown into an iconic beverage for the country and aims at maintaining their status as the leader in innovation.

Amul

Watch how India’s largest dairy brand Amul is utilising Tetra Pak’s aseptic technology to meet the united ambition of making milk available to the remotest corners of the country without the need for refrigeration or preservatives.

Dabur

The fruitful partnership between Dabur and Tetra Pak has brought forth ground-breaking product innovations to ensure the availability of fresh seasonal fruit juices anytime, anywhere.

Bal Vikas Dhaara

Tetra Pak joined hands with Bal Vikas Dhara to raise awareness among waste pickers about the value of used cartons and the additional income that they can generate by collecting these used cartons and selling them to a recycler. The NGO also helps educate the children of these families and train the women in vocational skills.

Wasted 360

Tetra Pak, in association with Wasted 360 Solutions, a creative waste management social venture, initiated the ‘Take Me Back’ campaign in Chennai that not only helps raise awareness about the importance of efficient waste segregation and recycling of used cartons, but also demonstrates how recycling can be a catalyst for the socio-economic development for the lesser privileged.

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The Future Sustainable Package

Whitepaper: The Future Sustainable Package

What does the sustainable food package of the future look like? In this whitepaper, you will learn what’s needed to lead the sustainability transformation and make a positive impact.

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Consumer Environmental Trends Report 2021

This 2021 consumer research examines consumer responses to environmental issues and attitudes towards sustainable packaging within the food and beverage industry.

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