In largest-ever UN-backed CEO-led climate advocacy effort, major multinationals reaffirm their own science-based commitments to achieving zero-carbon economy and call on governments to match their ambition.
With COVID-19 situation and the challenges that the economy and society is facing, sustainability of business is especially important. We believe it’s crucial to enhance our sustainability efforts through our Together Towards ZERO ambitions in order to boost the economy and support new models of consumption. We’ve achieved significant environmental results by reducing the footprint of the finished products and improving the breweries’ power efficiency. And we are ready to be committed even more. By 2022, Baltika is committed to collect and recycle minimum 50% of all packaging released by company for Russian market.
In Q1 2020 the volume of the company’s sales increased by 1.4%* as compared to the same period in 2019. Baltika launched several new beer brands in the Russian market: Baltika 7 Myagkoe, Baltika Avtorskoye, Hop & Friends Pale Lager and Vienna Lager, as well as fruit and berry flavored beverages – Seth & Riley’s Garage Hard Californian Pear, Somersby Blackberry and kvass Khlebniy Krai Belorusskiy recept. The company also updated the packaging of several brands: Carlsberg, Arsenalnoye, Flash Up energy drink and Siberian beer brand Kedrwood.