But what if you had to choose between having a job and having the water you need to survive? For 663 million people in the developing world, this is reality – often spending up to 6 hours a day collecting it.
Budweiser will launch the symbol in the U.S. this spring, rolling out to additional international markets by 2025. The symbol will be made available to other companies and brands to celebrate their own renewable electricity commitments.
CDP (formerly the Climate Disclosure Project) – a global organization for data-driven solutions to climate change and related environmental threats, opportunities and impacts – has acknowledged AB InBev’s efforts on water stewardship across its global operations. This November in Brussels we accepted CDP’s 2018 Europe Water Award, highlighting our determination to reduce water usage across its value chain as a best practice amongst the continent’s major corporations towards a low-carbon, zero-deforested and water secured economy.
On the 4th of November, the 4th annual Sustainable Food and Beverage Conference was held on November 7th 2017 in the Ricoh Arena, Coventry. This event was organized by the industry leading ‘Food and Drink Business Europe’, who frequently organizes food manufacturing events.
Ask most beer lovers to reel off the ingredients of their favorite tipple and they will probably say malted barley, hops and water. All present and correct; however, the brewing process would not be complete without another vital – but often overlooked – ingredient: yeast.
On the 30th of May a networking session was held between representatives of the LIFE BEVERAGE, LIFE REFRESHMENT and LIFE OPTIMELT projects. LIFE OPTIMELT (LIFE CCM/NL/000121) was met in the LIFE kick-off meeting of the LIFE BEVERAGE project.
Today marks one year since we officially brought together the best of AB InBev and SAB. We have been able to achieve more as one company, together with our colleagues and external partners.
We continue to work hard to brew the best beers with the best ingredients and to build a company to last for the next 100 years.
On June 20, AB InBev was the proud sponsor of Makers’ Town, held in Brussels Autoworld. This unique event supported by the European Commission brings together Europe’s “Makers”, a new wave of entrepreneurs and Do-It-Yourself experts, along with business leaders and European policy makers to showcase and share their most innovative ideas.