Company Performance Scorecard

By leveraging our stakeholder engagement and materiality analysis, we focus on high-priority issues in areas where we can make the greatest impact. The following offers an overview of Kraft Heinz progress on company commitments and material issues.

Governance Accountability We will continue to maintain ESG oversight with the Board of Directors. Our CEO, key leadership and respective team members lead and support our ESG goals and have linked key performance metrics embedded.
Communicate Transparently and Authentically We will continue to publish annual, 3rd-party verified ESG reports, aligned to industry best reporting frameworks. We will report climate, forests and water information on an annual basis to CDP and engage with stakeholders on material issues.
Market Our Products Responsibly We will continue to market and advertise our products in a responsible and suitable manner to all audiences.
Promote Workplace Health and Safety We will continue to be committed to providing a healthy, safe and secure workplace. We improved safety KPIs over last year, representing some of the best results among our food and beverage industry peers.
Operate Ethically We will continue to conduct business in an ethical manner and unwavering commitment to integrity and transparency.
Promote Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging We will continue to demand and promote diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging in all aspects of our company.

Environmental Stewardship Performance Scorecard

Progress on Goals Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 15% (per metric ton of product made) 2015 2020 While we increased greenhouse gas emissions by 8% over our 2015 baseline, in 2019 we achieved over a 5% reduction from 2018. In 2020, we are undergoing an assessment of our entire value chain to set science aligned GHG targets and moving forward with majority procured electricity renewable.
Reduce Energy Use by 15% across our Manufacturing Facilities (per metric ton of product made) 2015 2020 Through 2019 we reduced energy use by 1% per ton of product produced since our 2015 baseline. This was partially attributable to factory overhauls and supply chain After a difficult 2016, we improved year over year by 1% in 2017, 2% in 2018 and another 1% in 2019.
Reduce Water Use by 15% across our Manufacturing Facilities (per metric ton of product made) 2015 2020 We increased water use by 1% per metric ton of product produced.
Reduce Waste to Landfill by 15% across our Manufacturing Facilities (per metric ton of product made) 2015 2020 We increased waste to landfill by 16% through 2019. Determined to change this moving forward, we are developing a strong byproducts plan, product donation strategy, and improved forecasting.
Aim to Make 100% Recyclable, Reusable or Compostable Packaging by 2025. N/A 2025 We have achieved 70% through 2019, and continue to partner with packaging experts, organizations, and coalitions to explore technical, end-of-life and infrastructure solutions.
Commit to create a fully circular Heinz Tomato Ketchup Bottle in Europe by 2022.   2022 We are ahead of schedule and anticipate our first circular bottle to be delivered to the market in 2021

Responsible Sourcing Performance Scorecard

Progress on Goals Source 100% of Eggs Globally from Cage-Free Hens   2025 In 2019 we sourced 70% of our eggs globally from cage-free hens.
Source 100% of Eggs in Europe from Free-Range Hens   2020 In 2019 we sourced 39% of our eggs in Europe from free-range hens.
Improve 100% of Broiler Chicken Welfare Supply in the U.S.   2024 We continue to be committed to improving broiler welfare and are incorporating leading science in our assessment. 100% of our U.S. supply is cage-free. We’re proud of our new global animal welfare policy overall as well as the establishment of the Advisory Committee of Experts, which stands to better the lives of millions of animals. We will pursue continuous improvement in this, and in all animal welfare areas and keep up-to-date with the most relevant science.
Improve 100% of Chicken (Fresh, Frozen, Processed) Welfare in our European Supply   2026 We continue to assess and work towards improved chicken welfare in our European supply and look forward to future updates in this area we added in 2019.
Source 100% of Global Pork Supply Free of Traditional Gestation Stall Housing   2025 In 2019, we sourced 16 percent of our global and 100 percent of our European pork supply from sows housed in alternative gestation systems.
Purchase 100% Sustainable and Traceable Palm Oil to the Mill by 2022 2018 2022 100% of our directly purchased volumes are certified sustainable via RSPO (a 39% increase from Baseline) and 99.3% traceable to the mill of origin. In 2019, we published our Global Human Rights Policy. We also conducted a risk assessment of all commodities within our supply chain to better understand any potential risk. We have a zero tolerance policy for human rights violations. We have committed to implementing 3rd party diligence audits in 2021.

Healthy Living Performance Scorecard

Progress on Goals Improve Product Health and Nutrition by Achieving 70% Compliance with the Kraft Heinz Global Nutrition Targets by 2023   2023 In 2018 we expanded our nutrition guidelines globally. We have surpassed our commitment four years early at 76% compliance globally as of 2019. Further, we know some consumers prefer not to consume artificial ingredients, so we’ve recently innovated and/or reformulated many of our products to meet this demand, as detailed in the Healthy Living section. Moreover, we employ a comprehensive, best-in-class food safety management process across our global supply chain. During the reporting period, we achieved year-over-year recall reduction.
Deliver 1 Billion Nutritious Meals to People in Need by 2021. 2016 2021 We delivered 540 million meals to people in need through the end of 2019, including 140 million meals in 2019. Our Company and Foundation generously support international, national and local organizations dedicated to fighting hunger.