The Corporate Responsibility Report 2012 is Cloetta’s third sustainability report in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines, G3 and meets the level C criteria.
Cloetta’s corporate responsibility rests on a balance between social, environmental and financial aspects in all parts of operations. Cloetta’s commitment to corporate responsibility is founded on the company’s core values. Cloetta’s code of conduct contains guidelines for the employees’ actions in relation to consumers, customers, suppliers, shareholders and colleagues.
Cloetta has always been permeated by a commitment to corporate responsibility. It is part of the company’s culture and tradition to safeguard people, society and the environment. Cloetta is primarily involved in its local markets but also takes part in projects at the global level.
Cloetta works to reduce its environmental impact through systematic environmental management. Cloetta’s greatest environmental impact comes from water and energy consumption, wastewater emissions, waste and transports. Viewed over the entire life cycle of the products, the most significant environmental impact arises in raw material and packaging production.