Ab InBev brews up fresh sustainability targets

Madeleine Cuff
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Ab InBev brews up fresh sustainability targets

World's largest brewer promises 100 per cent renewable electricity, 100 per cent recycled packaging, and 25 per cent cut in CO2 emissions by 2025

Ab InBev, the brewing giant behind leading drinks brands such as Stella Artois, Corona, and Budwieser has today unveiled a new set of ambitious sustainability targets for 2025 after meeting its previous...

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