What began as an aspirational goal nine years ago is now a global industry milestone.
In 2007, The
It has been a long and, at times, arduous road. With water the main ingredient in most of our beverages and used in production across 207 countries, we use about 305 billion litres of water every year. But we embrace the responsibility to replenish the water we use to make our products possible.
Some of these projects directly benefit the sources of water from which The
In most cases these projects also provide access to sanitation and education, improve local livelihoods, help communities adapt to climate change, enhance water quality and biodiversity, and more.
Over the past fortnight a devastating gastro bug has hit Havelock North, in New Zealand’s North Island, affecting more than 2000 residents due to contamination of their water supply.
Rather than simply standing by while our Kiwi communities are suffering,
“This is what our business is all about: doing the right thing, standing together and taking the lead, especially when people in Havelock North are struggling with a clean water supply,” Wendy said. “I’m proud of the good we can do in our communities.”
The head of grocery at
“I hope thousands of 1.5 litre bottles of Kiwi Blue help ease some of struggles in Havelock North. This makes me very proud to be part of
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