Our 2020 performance at a glance

 

Health and nutrition

  • More than 87 million meals delivered, and 74 455 learners supported per day through the Tiger Brands Foundation
  • Innovation launches including: Addition of juice into the Maynards and Jelly Tots ranges; Launched lower sugar Jungle cereal bars; Launched Koo Black Beans; Launched Purity Junior Snacking range suitable for growing little ones, that contain no preservatives, artificial flavours or colourants; Hemp, Rooibos and Sensitive range launched on Ingrams; Launched Purity Toddler Snacking range with stronger health credentials for that age group.
  • We are proactively driving consumer education through:
    – Jungle Heart Health led communication
    – Ace High Fibre maize meal communication
    – Morvite Immunity campaign
    – Albany enhanced on-pack communication to highlight nutritional benefits.
 

Enhanced livelihoods

  • R12,3 billion spend during 2020 on BBBEE verified suppliers
  • Strong enterprise and supplier development drive, sourcing wheat, maize and beans from emerging black farmers
  • R32 million total socio-economic development spend (2019: R32,5 million, 2018: R32 million), reaching around 100 000 beneficiaries, including ad hoc projects such as Food Forward
 

Environmental stewardship

  • 4,18% reduction in absolute greenhouse gas (GHG) (Scope 1) emissions, 5,69% reduction in energy intensity
  • 8,84% reduction in absolute water use, 5,86% reduction in water intensity
  • 8,23% reduction in GHG emissions intensity
  • Light-weighted a large percentage of our aerosol cans and the food cans thus achieving a 10% reduction in body plate thickness. These are both significant initiatives to reduce our carbon and packaging footprint
  • 85% of our Beverages bottles now use recycled polyethylene terephthalate (rPET)
Regrettably,
two employee fatalities and
one contractor fatality
  R4,2 billion
paid in salaries and benefits to
11 188 permanent employees*
Lost-time injury frequency rate of
0,34
  R97,3 million invested
in employee training and development
* Our total workforce in South Africa for FY20 was 15 990 workers, made up of Permanent, Fixed Term Contracts with less than three months and Seasonal workers.