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Highlights 2017

Extract of the 2017 annual report.

2017 UK Pay Gap Report

To comply with the Gender Pay Gap Regulations that came into force in the UK in April 2017 for employers with 250 or more employees, Givaudan UK has published their data on gender pay gap. This report compares the overall company average pay and bonuses for men to the overall company average pay and bonuses for women.
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2017 Sustainability Report

Givaudan’s 2017 Sustainability Report is compiled for the first time in accordance with the GRI’s new standards framework: Core Option. The Report covers a year of great progress, including the launch of a new and strengthened approach to building a sustainable business for the long term, and sets ambitious targets to reduce our environmental impact and drive responsible sourcing in our supply chains.  
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20 Mar 2018

Givaudan announces early success in reducing water consumption

Givaudan announced today that it has reached its 2020 target for reducing water consumption three years ahead of schedule. Reaching this important milestone on our journey to greater sustainability is just one of a series of achievements set out in our 2017 Sustainability Report, published today.
22 Feb 2018

Givaudan strengthens sustainable patchouli supply chain in Indonesia

Givaudan is strengthening its sustainable patchouli oil sourcing and improving conditions for smallholder producers in its collection network on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia through a multi-year project funded by the Givaudan Foundation and in cooperation with the international non-governmental organisation Swisscontact.

2017 Investor Presentation

Presentation for the Investor Conference Call of the Full Year Results on Friday 26 January 2018.
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2017 Annual Report

Solid financial performance, investing for the future. We generated sales of CHF 5,051 million and a free cash flow of CHF 662 million.
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31 Oct 2017

Givaudan introduces ‘A sense of tomorrow’

Givaudan announced today the introduction of 'A sense of tomorrow', a new and strengthened approach for its global sustainability activities that consolidates efforts in three key focus areas: sourcing, innovation and the environment.
25 Oct 2017

Givaudan sets industry-leading target for Responsible Sourcing programme

Givaudan announced today that 90% of its raw materials volume of natural origin will be responsibly sourced by 2020.
24 Oct 2017

Givaudan earns top score for climate action leadership

Givaudan has earned an 'A' for climate action leadership from CDP, the non-profit global environmental disclosure platform.
18 Sep 2017

Givaudan to implement ambitious science-based targets for greenhouse gas reduction

Givaudan will implement ambitious science-based targets to ensure sustainable long-term growth by committing to reduce absolute Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 30% between 2015 and 2030. The global leader in the creation of flavours and fragrances also has a goal to reduce Scope 3 GHG emissions by 20% over the same period.

2017 Half Year Results presentation

Presentation for the Investor Conference Call of the Half Year Results on Thursday 20 July 2017
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2017 Half Year Report

Givaudan’s Half Year Report for 2017. Sustained good performance. Givaudan Group sales for the first six months of the year were CHF 2,483 million, an increase of 2.3% on a like-for-like basis and 6.4% in Swiss francs.
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5 Apr 2017

Sourcing for Shared Value

Givaudan announced today the introduction of ‘Sourcing for Shared Value’, a comprehensive approach to its sustainable procurement practices in three core areas: Responsible Sourcing, Sourcing at Origin, and Communities at Source.

2016 Sustainability Report

Givaudan’s 2016 Sustainability Report is the Company’s third report published in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative’s G4 guidelines. The report features our significant progress on our road to greater sustainability. 
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