Imagine a world where business makes a positive impact on our planet. We call it Planet Positive. It's a new way of thinking that inspires business to take sustainability much further, so that our collective actions add up to solve some of our greatest environmental challenges. Planet Positive is a mindset where we contribute more than we take.

FOOD SAFETY & ACCESS IS FOR EVERYONE

Everyone has the right to access safe and nutritious food, no matter where they are and how remote the location. From the highest of mountains in the North to the backwaters in the South, safe food must be delivered in a way that has minimum environmental impact, yet maximum reach. This is the power of our aseptic packaging and processing technology. It is a technology that is just right for a country like India, making sure that safe food reaches consumers everywhere, without the need for preservatives or refrigeration. Leading to greater access to safe food, less food wastage, with minimum environmental impact.

PLANT BASED MATERIALS ARE FOREVER

Renewable raw materials are essential for a low-carbon circular economy. Plant-based materials like wood can be replenished naturally over time thereby reducing our dependency on finite resources. When materials are responsibly grown and managed, they can contribute to a positive climate impact by promoting sustainable forest management and protecting biodiversity.

WASTE IS WEALTH WHEN RECYCLED

Carton packages are primarily paper-based, and all parts of them are recyclable. Cartons can be turned into valuable materials that can be recycled many times, locking in carbon for longer. Wood fibre can become cardboard or paper while polymer and aluminium can be turned into building materials. The entire carton can find an effective afterlife in the form of composite boards. Recycled carton packages touch our lives everyday in many ways, sometimes unknown to us. From seats in commercial vehicles, secondary packaging for toothpaste and tea, to doors & roofs, the applications are endless.

Our Journey in India

ITC & Tetra Pak- A partnership for a Circular Economy

ITC & Tetra Pak- A partnership for a Circular Economy

ITC and Tetra Pak enjoy a unique 'circular' relationship. ITC is a supplier of paper-board to Tetra Pak. This paperboard is converted into packaging material for beverage cartons by Tetra Pak, which is used by ITC to package its BNatural range of juices. And the used beverage cartons (Naturals and other F&B brands) are recycled back into paperboard at ITC's paper mill at Kovai. A unique supplier-customer-recycler relationship that exemplifies how paper-based carton packages can be efficiently recycled, and continue to live on for years in many different forms.

Positively impacting thousands of lives through recycling

Positively impacting thousands of lives through recycling

Each time you recycle a Tetra Pak carton, you're not just helping the environment, but also setting off a ripple effect that positively impacts communities that are part of the recycling value chain, especially the frontline warriors - the waste-pickers - and their families.

How used beverage cartons are recycled

How used beverage cartons are recycled

In the new world, a low-carbon circular economy will be the license to operate for corporate India. A key enabler to this is Recycling, which makes it imperative for consumers to make the right choices and choose packaging that is based primarily on renewable materials and is recyclable. One such example is the ubiquitous Tetra Pak carton. The paper-based recyclable package can be recycled in many different ways, to create new products that continue to serve the society long after you have finished drinking the beverage inside them. Here's the story of how used Tetra Pak cartons are recycled.

Tetra Pak India on CNBC- The Changemakers

Tetra Pak India on CNBC- The Changemakers

Watch how Tetra Pak’s motto ‘Protects What’s Good’ extends beyond just protecting food, to protecting the community and the environment through a unique value-chain approach to environmental sustainability.

Used Beverage Carton management study for India

Used Beverage Carton management study for India

In this Tetra Pak initiative in collaboration with The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), know more about how India recycles.

Safe for sure

Safe for Sure

With an innovative approach to sterile packaging, protection of 6-layered material, see how Tetra Pak cartons ensure the safety of your food.

30 years in India

A Journey Called India

Since initiating operations in 1987, Tetra Pak has had a long journey in India. See what makes Tetra Pak India one of the fastest-growing markets globally.