Go Nature. Go Carton.

Delivering the food package of the future

At Tetra Pak, we’re on a journey to deliver the world's most sustainable food package. That’s why we say Go nature. Go carton.

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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 plant-based materials that are fully renewable, fully recyclable and carbon-neutral. It is all part of our journey to deliver the world’s most sustainable food package.

Our ambition

Adolfo Orive, President and CEO of Tetra Pak talks about our ambition to create the ultimate sustainable food package – that secures food safety and availability while reducing the impact on our planet

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Consumer Environmental Trends Report 2020

This 2020 consumer research report examines consumer trends and attitudes on sustainability within the food and beverage industry, with a particular focus on food packaging.

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