Overview: Bringing Britain Together

Being responsible and sustainable underpins our business strategy and is crucial to how we drive growth, productivity and reputation in the longer-term interest of our shareholders, colleagues and all those who touch our business.

Over the past year we’ve developed a new theme for our sustainability agenda - Bringing Britain Together - to better reflect the values inherent in our brand portfolio and provide a stronger identity and focus for our activities. In the same way our brands bring people together, whether it’s dinner with the family or cake with friends, we bring our colleagues, suppliers and stakeholders together to address issues important to the sustainability of our company, our communities and our country.

Building on our previous achievements we’ve developed five core commitments under our new theme of Bringing Britain Together: 

red-petal-small.png encourage healthier food choices
red-petal-small.png develop the skills our industry needs
red-petal-small.png support our communities
red-petal-small.png drive higher ethical and environmental standards
red-petal-small.png deliver environmental improvements


To ensure we make progress, this agenda is discussed at Executive Leadership Team level throughout the year. 

You can read more about what we're doing on this website.

For an overview of how we've been 'Bringing Britain Together' over recent years, please click the image below to download.


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