As a leading player in our markets, we acknowledge how our actions can have significant impact on climate change, biodiversity, human rights, and consumer health. We are committed to take responsibility where it matters the most. Our main focus is sustainable sourcing of raw materials and packaging as well as reducing climate impact from our own operations.


of our packaging materials are recyclable


reduction of greenhouse gases before 2030 (Net zero goal)


reduced our energy consumption

We have achieved significant improvements in the last years. Since 2015, we have removed 572 ton of sugar from our products (2.8%), 132 ton salt (11.2%), and 1,560 ton saturated fat (13.5%). We have reduced our energy consumption by 21%, and are committed to reduce our climate emissions towards net zero by 2045. In the shorter term, this means 70% reduction of greenhouse gases before 2030 compared to our 2016 level.

It is important for to ensure sustainable packaging. As of 2023, over 95% of our packaging materials are recyclable. We aim to further increase the recycled and renewable materials we use in our production.

Our strategy is to minimize the impact we have on nature. We will seek to continue work with sustainable, renewable and recyclable materials, and ensure further reductions within energy, water and waste. For the waste that remains, we will work hard to close the loop by reusing waste such as energy and heating for our factories or for local communities we are part of.

Orkla Confectionery & Snacks is part of the Orkla group and sustainability is reported jointly. Read the Orkla Sustainability report below.

ton salt removed


ton saturated fat removed


ton sugar removed


Did you know that

  • At our Skreia chips factory in Norway, excess heat is used for the local football field – to much enjoyment for the local community
  • Materials that earlier were waste from our Estonian factory in Tallin are now reused and sold as products labelled “upcycled”
  • With a new washing process at our Søndersø chips factory in Denmark, we have reduced water consumption by 38%