We are pleased to announce that Asahi Europe & International has been recognised for our sustainability achievements with the prestigious SEAL Environmental Initiative Award for our Legacy 2030 program.

SEAL is an independent non-profit organisation that recognises companies for their Sustainability, Environmental Achievement and Leadership with previous winners including Patagonia and Ikea among others.

At Asahi Europe & International sustainability is a fundamental part of living our purpose of Creating Meaningful Connections and making a positive impact on people and the planet. Legacy 2030 is our working framework to this commitment.

Together, wherever we operate we are taking meaningful steps towards a more sustainable future, and this award is a recognition of this work and our ongoing progress.

"We understand that addressing environmental challenges is critical, and we are committed to taking the necessary steps towards a more sustainable future. We will continue to work towards creating meaningful connections with the planet and people, and we are grateful for this recognition from SEAL” - Paolo Lanzarotti, CEO, Asahi Europe & International

To learn more about our sustainability efforts and Legacy 2030, please visit our Sustainability site. You can also download our Legacy 2030 brochure to find out more.

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