Heineken toasts CO2 cuts and profit boost in first joint sustainability and finance report

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Heineken toasts CO2 cuts and profit boost in first joint sustainability and finance report

Report marks the first time the beer giant has combined its annual and sustainability report into one document

Dutch beer giant Heineken has announced a rise in net profits of €2,098m while remaining on track to meet its climate targets, according to its first hybrid sustainability and financial annual report....

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