Plastic not so fantastic
Our fight against plastic waste to reduce 250 tonnes of plastic by 2022 from our range
We plan to remove plastic shrink wraps and replace with new plastic-free tray only.
We are moving from plastic pouch drinks to tetra carton to, natures renewable packaging
We plan to switch to biodegradable straws for our drink’s ranges. It is important for us to protect your little ones’ teeth and the environment around them.
Making things better
Working together with factories that commit to a zero-waste policy.
Moving factories nearer to our customers where possible to reduce the length of transport between you and our goods: reducing 42 tons of CO2 emissions from our supply chain.
Reformulating our products to reduce sugars across our kids ranges by 5780 tonnes of sugar.
We also aim to cut over 2 billion calories from our products
We do this by using stevia, which also provides our farmers with greener jobs Stevia (if you didn’t know) is a natural calorie-free alternative to sugar and sweeteners which can help reduce tooth decay and lower the chances of other sugar related problems.
Working Together to Achieve A Sustainable Future with Palm Oil
We know our customers care about the ingredients used in our products in which they buy, such as palm oil and where it comes from, and how it is used.
The way palm oil is grown for harvesting, means millions of tonnes of greenhouse gasses are added to our planet causing climate change.
Here at Whatever Kidz, as a core part of our approach we are committed to doing things better by switching to responsible production practices that limit the need for using ingredients that can damage the environment in which we live, whilst also making sure we look after the planet your little ones will grow up in. We take full responsibility by investing and taking action with our supply chain and working towards the non-usage of palm oil where possible.
We respect both nature and people. By adopting a pro-people and environment approach, means we will continue to do our best to contribute to a more sustainable planet. We are on the parents’ side and on mother nature’s side.