How Cadbury is approaching sustainability
We’re committed to making sure our products are not only right for people, but also right for the planet.
So we think carefully about the raw materials we rely on, and how we can make a more positive effect on the lives of the communities we live in, and work with. We’re mindful of the climate, and make every effort to reduce our impact on the environment.
We're committed to sustainable packaging
As part of Mondelēz' 'Pack Light and Pack Right’ strategy and its ongoing efforts to remove, reduce, replace and recycle packaging across its portfolio to support its long-term vision of zero net waste packaging, Cadbury has made some big changes to its product range.
In March 2021, we removed plastic windows from all our Cadbury chocolate shell eggs. We also moved to 100% sustainably sourced cardboard and removed 108 tonnes of cardboard from the market.
In addition, we reduced the amount of plastic we use in our large sharing bags by 15%. Plus, two of our sharing bar brands are now wrapped in packaging with 30% recycled plastic, which equates to over 28 million sharing bars.
These are just some of the steps we’ve been taking to reduce waste, for a more sustainable future.
10 years focused on making Cocoa more sustainable
Over the last decade, we’ve been working hard to help make sure the cocoa in the Cadbury chocolate you love is sourced in a more sustainable way, with an aim to be both kind to the planet, and the people who grow it.