Commitments to action

Danone Commitments to the EU Code of Conduct


At Danone, we believe that each time we eat and drink, we can vote for the world we want to live in. Our ‘One Planet. One Health.’ framework of actions encapsulates our strong belief that the health of people and that of the planet are deeply interconnected. Healthy food contributes to our general health, and healthy food depends on a healthy planet. This will explain why Danone strongly supports the EU Green Deal and the EU Farm to Fork Strategy objectives to combat climate change, to restore biodiversity, and to transform our food systems to make healthy and sustainable food accessible to all – as laid out in our EU Call to Action for a Common Food Policy. There is no other option than to continue on our path towards sustainable food systems.

Convinced that each actor in the supply chain has a responsibility and a role to play in the sustainable transition, Danone is hence submitting the series of commitments that cover key parts of its impact under the three pillars of the EU Code of Conduct:

  • Improving the sustainability of food processing’s internal processes
  • Promoting food consumption patterns (for healthy and sustainable diets)
  • Improving the sustainability of the food value chain


Private sector

Action Area(s)

Nourish All People


Eastern Europe
Northern Europe
Southern Europe
Western Europe

Key contact

Agnès Martin, Danone
[email protected]


Sustainable healthy diets
Nature-based solutions
Circular economy


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