Intersnack takes action
Sustainability is driven by actions, not by talking. To bring about lasting change that matters.
Sustainability | Stories & News
Intersnack awarded by EcoVadis
EcoVadis awarded Intersnack a Gold Rating in recognition of our work to create positive impact – snack by snack.
A Gold Rating from EcoVadis means we are taking tangible, measurable steps towards building a better business by implementing sustainability throughout our supply chain and in all that we do.
Consumer responsibility | Stories
to meet the growing demand for better snacks
“Healthier options should taste just as good - not almost as good – as other products. We don’t compromise on taste.”
This is our philosophy when it comes to product innovations. With success - the popularity of our innovative Lentil Chips has proven to be one of the biggest growth drivers of our speciality business.
Environmental responsibility | Stories
Contributing to a circular economy
At Intersnack, we need packaging that keeps our products fresh and safe – but not at the planet’s expense. That’s why, we have set ourselves a Packaging Pledge, which targets Intersnack to cut packaging use by 15% and achieve 100% plastic packaging recyclability by 2025.
These are bold targets and we’re proud to be able to say that we already achieved an 11% reduction in the packaging materials we use by the end of 2022.
Now we’re taking our next steps to further decrease material use whilst partnering to improve national recycling infrastructure on a continuous journey towards circularity.
Social responsibility | Stories
Supporting smallholder farmers in Malawi
“Besides the macadamia seedlings, through this project I received valuable knowledge on the best way to grow macadamias.”
As part of our commitment to sustainable sourcing, Intersnack engages in field projects to create more transparent and sustainable value chains.
Employees responsibility | Stories
in our operations
To achieve employee engagement and ownership, we want our employees’ talents to truly flourish. This requires us to become servant leaders, meaning that we work for our employees and not the other way around.