AB InBev: How the world’s biggest beer company is going green

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|Aug 10|magazine3 min read

(Norwich, UK, 10/08/2018)

The Procurement Director of Capabilities and Sustainability at Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) speaks exclusively to the Africa edition of Business Chief magazine.

The world’s largest beer company, AB InBev, has set itself ambitious sustainability goals for 2025.

As part of this plan, AB InBev is championing four key principles: smart agriculture, water stewardship, circular packaging and climate action, and perhaps nowhere can this be seen better than at its operations in Africa.

Through the project, AB InBev has pledged that, by 2025, 100% of its purchased electricity will be from renewable sources.

Additionally, it has also implemented technology such as SmartBarley to help revolutionise the agriculture sector and it is also going to make its packaging more sustainable.

“Success for AB InBev goes beyond just the bottom line, but resonates in building communities and ensuring the way in which we live in the world is sustainable,” said Zoleka Lisa.

“At the heart of it, AB InBev is a brewery which cares. Sustainability is not just related to our business, it is our business.”

You can read the full feature on AB InBev in the latest issue of Energy Digital, FDF World, and Business Chief Africa.