Industry leading partnerships highlight of HEINEKEN UK’s 2014 Sustainability Report

27th September 2015

HEINEKEN UK today publishes its 2014 Sustainability Report, setting out its achievements and activities during the year and detailing the next generation of its sustainability strategy. The standout success in the report is the progress HEINEKEN UK has made in ‘Growing with Communities’, a new pillar added last year to the HEINEKEN group’s ‘Brewing a Better World’ strategy. The launch of new projects including ‘Helping Britain Blossom’ and ‘Act for Addaction’ brought HEINEKEN colleagues closer to the company’s key sustainability issues while making a positive difference for its stakeholders.

Highlights during the year included:


Commenting on the report, David Forde, Managing Director of HEINEKEN UK, said: “We are very pleased with the great progress we have made towards our sustainability goals in 2014 - the 150th anniversary of our business. A special thanks needs to go to our colleagues who played a crucial role in the achievements we made. They met our community projects such as ‘Act for Addaction’ with true passion and enthusiasm, helping to bring to life our commitments.

Building on 2014’s successes and involving our colleagues and local communities will remain a key priority. We will continue to collaborate for good to reduce our impact on the environment, strengthen our role in communities and reduce alcohol abuse.”

The full 2014 Sustainability Report can be downloaded here

or viewed on online here