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The winners of this year's InnoBev Sustainability Awards were announced in Warsaw yesterday (16 April), during the ninth InnoBev Global Beverages Congress.

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The awards “recognise the beverage industry’s best practice in environmental sustainability across a range of categories from water usage efficiency to packaging development and promoting environmental awareness amongst consumers”.

  • Best lightweighting - PET Engineering/San Pellegrino
  • Best bioplastic development - Plant PET Technology Collaborative
  • Best eco-packaging development - SIG Combibloc
  • Best recycling initiative - Coca-Cola Enterprises/ECO Plastics
  • Best initiative for encouraging environmental awareness for consumers - PepsiCo
  • Best water usage efficiency - The Coca-Cola Co
  • Best energy efficiency - PDC Europe
  • Best carbon footprint reduction initiative - Ocean Spray/Tropicana
  • Best ethical sourcing - Unilever/Rainforest Alliance
  • Best corporate sustainability reporting - Coca-Cola Hellenic

The winners were selected by the editorial team of FoodBev.com.


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