Thinking about the future
Creating a legacy we can be proud of
To run our business responsibly, with business goals that are equivalent to social and ecological goals – that’s the idea behind Kompania Piwowarska’s new strategy called “Better Future 2030”. As the leader of the beer industry in Poland, we focus on sustainable development with the future in mind, not only for ourselves, but also for the next generations. Through our actions, we contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Key pillars of our strategy
Planet, People, Portfolio and Profit – these are the four pillars of the “Better Future 2030” strategy. When it comes to sustainable development, we put special emphasis on two areas – People and Planet, within the scope of which we set out specific goals to reach by 2030.
Green electricity in our breweries by 2021
2.75 litre of water per a litre of beer by 2025
100% packaging reusable or fully recyclable by 2030
100% ingredients sourced sustainably
20% share of non-alcoholic products in our portfolio by 2030
INCLUSION & WELLBEING
Equal share of women in leadership by 2030
Selected activities executed by Kompania Piwowarska within the scope of sustainable development
We plan to become carbon neutral by 2030 both within our breweries and among our business partners and suppliers. Already in 2021, our breweries will be powered by 100% wind electricity, and thus we will be able to reduce our CO2 emissions by 66% compared to 2019.
We commit to using less than 3 litres of water per one litre of beer brewed in every one of our breweries. Kompania Piwowarska’s breweries are already best-in-class when it comes to water consumption in production of beer. Currently, we consume only 2.63l per 1l of beer.
We aim to achieve a 20% share of non-alcoholic products in our portfolio by 2030. We will continue and further expand all activities executed within the scope of responsible marketing of our products, promotion of responsible consumption of alcohol, and addressing underage drinking, drinking while driving and during pregnancy.
Packaging is essential to secure the highest quality of beer for consumers. We want to create a future in which we will sell our products in fully circular packaging. All our packaging can be recycled. Currently, nearly half of KP beer reaches consumers in reusable packaging: glass bottles and KEGs, while 46% of our products is sold in aluminium cans, of which almost 50% comes from recycled materials.