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KraftHeinz’s reporting includes commitments and data concerning fundamental corporate-wide sustainability matters, including governance, diversity and inclusion, climate, and more. Remarkably, the company’s agricultural commitments are customized for specific crops, but they lack a comprehensive overarching strategy. However, despite its engagement in agricultural sustainability, it does not address any coffee-specific sustainability concerns. In the interest of transparency in this assessment process, it’s worth highlighting that KraftHeinz did not respond to the invitation to participate in the evaluation process. Contact was established just one week before the publication date, which made it impossible to include any potential feedback in this year’s edition.


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   Kraft Heinz
   HQ: Pittsburgh, United States
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An assessment of both overarching corporate and coffee-specific sustainability strategy attributes.

A. Corporate Sustainability Strategy  

A. Strategy Maturity

B. Standards and Frameworks

B. Coffee-Specific Sustainability Strategy  

A. Public Coffee-Specific Strategy

B. Comprehensive Coffee-Specific Strategy

C. Industry-Level Partnerships

An assessment of pertinent social topics that include labor conditions and social inclusion.

A. Labor Conditions  

A. Code of Conduct

B. Identifying Risk

C. Investments

B. Social Inclusion  

A. Strategy Maturity

B. Investments

An assessment of significant environmental themes that include climate change and deforestation.

A. Climate Change  

A. Strategy Maturity

B. Alignment with Climate Initiatives

C. Formalized Commitments

D. Investments

E. Other Environmental Investments

B. Deforestation  

A. Strategy Maturity

B. Cut-Off Date

C. Mapping

D. Investments

An assessment of key economic issues that include purchasing practices and farmer economic viability.

A. Purchasing Practices  

A. Standards/ Certifications

B. Sustainability Premiums

C. Multi-Year Contracts

D. Traceability

B. Farmer Economic Well-Being  

A. Strategy Maturity

B. Net Income

C. Living Income

D. Reducing Economic Gaps