Huhtamaki is a leading global provider of sustainable packaging solutions for consumers around the world. The company's innovative products protect on-the-go and on-the-shelf food and beverages, and personal care products, ensuring hygiene and safety, driving accessibility and affordability, and helping prevent food waste. Huhtamaki embeds sustainability in everything it does. The company is committed to achieving carbon neutral production and designing all its products to be recyclable, compostable or reusable by 2030. Huhtamaki’s blueloop™ sustainable packaging solutions are world-leading and designed for circularity.

Huhtamaki is a participant in the UN Global Compact, the company is rated ‘A’ on the MSCI ESG Ratings assessment and EcoVadis has awarded the company with the Gold medal for performance in sustainability. To play its part in managing climate change, Huhtamaki has set science-based targets that have been approved and validated by the Science-Based Targets initiative.

With 100 years of history and a strong Nordic heritage Huhtamaki operates in 37 countries and 116 operating locations around the world. The company’s values Care Dare Deliver guide its decisions and help its team of around 19,000 employees make a difference where it matters. Huhtamaki’s 2022 net sales totalled EUR 4.5 billion. Huhtamaki Group is headquartered in Espoo, Finland and its parent company, Huhtamäki Oyj, is listed on Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd.

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