Our Sustainability Commitments

Danone wheel impact journey


Danone Impact Journey​

The Danone Impact Journey, launched in 2023 sets out priorities and KPIs in 3 key areas – health, nature and people & communities.​

The Impact Journey helps us to focus on where we can have the biggest impact whilst bringing our mission and purpose to life. ​


Carbon Commitments

Carbon Commitments

Nutricia as part of Danone commits to achieving Net Zero by 2050, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by an average of 35% across all scopes by 2030. 

Nutricia net zero

Transport, Packaging and Ingredients

As Nutricia UK we will focus on key areas to achieve our plan. 

  • Ingredients - working with suppliers to reduce the carbon intensity of dairy ingredients, increasing the proportion of plant-based ingredients and fully plant-based products in our range. 
  • Transport – using technology to reduce road miles and moving to alternative fuels and electric vehicles
  • Packaging and Plastic - reducing single use plastic and improving recyclability. 


Circular Packaging

By 2025, 100% of our packaging will be reusable, recyclable and/or compostable and we will halve virgin plastic by 2040.

Nutricia circular packaging wheel

Progress so far

Fortisip PlantBased 1.5kcal* has a 35% lower carbon footprint than our standard Fortisip 200ml Bottle Oral Nutritional Supplement.

Introducing New Fortisip Plantbased

Nutricia Homeward delivery vans are either fully electric or use HVO (hydrotreated vegetable oil), an alternative to diesel with lower Green House Gas emissions.

Introducing New Fortisip Plantbased

87% of our packaging is already recyclable.

Introducing New Fortisip Plantbased

Working together

By working in partnership with healthcare professionals and NHS Trusts we can achieve both Nutricia’s and the NHS’ environmental ambitions

* Fortisip PlantBased 1.5kcal is a Food for Special Medical Purposes for the dietary management of disease related malnutrition and must be used under medical supervision. Based on a UK comparison against our Fortisip 200ml Bottle. The Carbon Footprint of both products has been measured in accordance with internationally recognised standard ISO 14067. Verified by the Carbon Trust in 2023.

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