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Our path to sustainability is a quest to develop net-positive packaging that gives more to people and the planet than it takes out.


It is a journey that requires enduring commitment and like-minded people who are as committed as we are. If you want to build a better future for the people and our planet while playing a role in bringing safe nutrition to all, explore how you can make a difference with SIG.

What does sustainability mean for an SIGer?

“Through local projects and initiatives, I help bring together businesses, municipalities and social enterprises to make recycling more efficient and rewarding. It’s our responsibility to the communities we live in.”


Isabela Marchi

Coordinator of Sustainability, Brazil

A roadmap for better

At SIG we work every day to address the biggest challenges of our time from a holistic perspective.



Removing more carbon than we emit.


Our Climate Positive commitment is to reduce our greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in line with 1.5° climate science, take more carbon from the atmosphere than our value chain emits, and pioneer carbon-negative packaging concepts.

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Creating more thriving forests.


Our Forest Positive commitment is that not only will we protect 100% of the sustainable forests we source from by 2030 but we will create, restore, protect, or improve management of an additional 100% of biodiverse sustainable forest area on top of what is required. This will mean an additional 650,000 hectares of biodiverse sustainable forest by 2030.


We will also continue to ensure that all our aseptic cartons can carry the FSC™ label (trademark licence code: FSC™ C020428) and help our customers effectively communicate this.

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Accelerating innovation on circularity.


Our Resource Positive commitment is to lead the way towards a fully circular packaging system. Our ambition for our packs is that one day, they will be made exclusively from renewable or recycled materials, and that every pack we make will be recycled.

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Improving access to nutrition & cutting food waste.


Our Food Positive commitment is to bring to people even more safe and nutritious food and beverages, wherever it is needed, at prices they can afford, and reduce the amount of waste during filling, storage, and transport.

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Sustainability at work

At SIG, you will have the opportunity to help address key environmental challenges.

  • Play a role in improving food security with safe access to nutrition.
  • Contribute towards circular economy with innovation in material sciences.
  • Work towards increasing recycling rates in tandem with government and environmental agencies worldwide.
  • Create more thriving forests through initiatives with leading independent conservation organizations.
  • Take action to combat climate change and help decarbonize the food and beverage supply chain.
  • Contribute to community engagement initiatives and projects aimed at raising awareness about sustainability and inspiring positive changes in local communities.
Our sustainability commitment

Future+ Ambassadors

Sustainability is a journey and at SIG, we believe in walking the talk and making a difference at both a personal and professional level.


Our Future+ Ambassadors lead the way by organizing local activities that have a positive environmental impact, touch people’s lives, and help local communities.

They inspire every SIGer to make a difference in their own way. From planting more trees and organizing flea markets to cooking for the local community and promoting recycling, every little bit counts.

SIG and WeCycle upcycle PET bottles
SIG and Faircape Dairies at beach cleanup
Clean plate challenge in Taiwan
Christmas food donations in Germany

Meet Teresa

Together with her team, Teresa believes in more sustainable packaging that does good for the planet. Teresa is a results-oriented engineer and project manager with a Ph.D. in Macromolecule Science and Engineering that has authored multiple patents and publications in the field of food packaging. Presently she has received a recognition letter for our recyclable water bag-in-box offering that can replace rigid plastic bottles and reduce plastic use by up to 86% per liter.


Teresa Bernal-Lara

Film Development Manager, USA

Read our latest blog posts

May 31, 2024
The future of packaging in Europe
Global packaging waste is an issue that industry and governments need to work together to solve. Learn about how new regulation in Europe is seeking to do this, and how SIG is progressing the future of packaging, now.
April 11, 2024
A roundup of the right questions
Sustainability isn’t an easy area to navigate for the food and beverage industry. Let us look back at our discussion on the varied aspects and why asking the right questions is key.
March 28, 2024
3 questions beyond recycling
Recycling is an important part of sustainability but there’s more to it. Explore the top questions that need to be asked to understand the sustainability journey of a product.

Explore a career at SIG

Do you want to shape the future of sustainable packaging? We are always on the lookout for talented people to join us in our endeavor to create lasting value for customers, for consumers, and for the world.

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