ESG Information Index

Materiality Initiatives Suntory
Group
Suntory Beverage & Food
Sustainability Management Top Commitment

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Relations with Stakeholders

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Dialogue with Society

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Evaluation from External Parties

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Environmental Management

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Environment

Water Sustainable Water Philosophy -

Water Initiatives -

Disclosures Based on TCFD Recommendations
(Water Supply Risks)
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CO2 CO2 Reduction Initiatives -

Disclosures Based on TCFD Recommendations -

Containers and packaging Initiatives for containers and packaging -

Raw ingredients Sustainable Procurement -

Disclosures Based on TCFD Recommendations
(Stable Procurement of raw materials)
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Biodiversity Natural Water Sanctuaries -

Bird Conservation Activities

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Waste and pollution prevention Promoting the Reduction and Recycling of Waste

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Preventing Pollution and Management of Chemical Substances

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Food loss Food Loss Initiatives

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Social

Health (Food & Beverages) Health Initiatives -

Responsible Marketing Responsible Marketing -

Quality Quality Assurance Policy -

Promotion of Quality Management -

Appropriate Information Disclosure -

Quality Assurance from a Customer Perspective in All Processes -

Human Rights Respect for Human Rights -

Human Rights for Employees Initiatives -

Compliance (Hotline)

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Supply Chain Management Sustainable Procurement -

Just and Fair Transactions -

Enriching life Approaches to Enriching Life

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Governance

Corporate Governance Corporate Governance -

Compliance Compliance

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Risk Management Risk Management -

Water

Targets Toward & Progress at Suntory Beverage & Food

Water | Targets Toward 2030
Water | 2020 Progress
  • *1
    Water intensity is the amount of water withdrawn per unit of production, which is 1 kiloliter of production
  • *2
    Owned plants that manufacture finished products and excludes plants for packaging and ingredients
  • *3
    Reduction of water intensity of production based on 2015 baseline year
  • *4
    Coffee, etc.
  • *5
    1 million people is Suntory group's target
  • *6
    Total 420,000 people is Suntory group's progress

Water Use Performance 2020 at Suntory Beverage & Food

Area Water use (thousand m3) Change in the amount of usage per unit production from the base year 2015
Japan 10,332
Americas 1,616
Europe 3,119
Asia 6,378
Oceania 444
Africa 103
Total 21,992 13.0% decrease
  • *
    Data covers Suntory Beverage & Food production plants in Japan and overseas.
  • *
    Results have received independent assurance from KPMG AZSA Sustainability Co., Ltd.

Independent assurance report

Water discharge at Suntory Beverage & Food

Destination Waste Water (thousand m3)
2019 2020
Rivers/lakes 7,222 6,767
Sea 0 0
Sewers 5,785 5,559
Others (for watering plants, etc.) 0 0
Total 13,007 12,326

CO2

Targets Toward & Progress at Suntory Beverage & Food

CO2 | Targets Toward 2030
CO2 | 2020 Progress
  • *
    Based on emissions in 2019

Scope 1 and 2 emissions by area in 2020

Area GHG emissions (thousand tons) The change
in the amount of emissions
from the base year 2019
Japan 210
Americas 22
Europe 57
Asia 177
Oceania 13
Africa 5
Total 484
(Scope1 : 222 ;
Scope2 : 238)
11.8% reduction
  • *
    GHG emissions from the Suntory Beverage & Food are 484 thousand tons. Among the 484 thousand tons, Scope 1 and 2 emissions from 9 production plants in Japan and 41 production plants overseas, and non-production sites in Japan (offices such as training sites, R&D facilities, sales sites) are 460 thousand tons (Scope 1 : 222 thousand tons ; Scope 2 : 238 thousand tons).
  • *
    Results have received independent assurance from KPMG AZSA Sustainability Co., Ltd.

Independent assurance report

Changes in Scope 1 and 2 emissions at Suntory Beverage & Food

Changes in Scope 1 and 2 emissions

Scope 3 Emissions at Suntory Beverage & Food

Category Emissions
(thousand tons)
Calculation Method
1. Purchased goods and services 3,567** [Raw Materials and Packages] Calculated by multiplying the weight of raw materials and packaging materials purchased for products manufactured and sold by the Suntory Beverage & Food (in Japan and overseas) by the emission factors.
Approximately 24% of Category 1 GHG emissions are calculated using emission factors calculated from the GHG emissions of suppliers of raw materials and packaging materials.
[Contract manufacturers] Calculated by multiplying the volume of the products that Suntory Beverage & Food (in Japan) , Suntory Beverage & Food Europe, and Frucor Suntory Group have outsourced to contract manufacturers by the emission factors.
2. Capital Goods 203 Calculated by multiplying the amount of capital expenditure of Suntory Beverage & Food (in Japan and overseas) by emission factors.
3. Fuel and energy-related activities not included in Scope 1 or 2 93 Calculated by multiplying the amount of energy consumed by Suntory Beverage & Food (in Japan and overseas) by corresponding emission factors.
4. Upstream transportation and distribution 192 Calculated by multiplying the transportation volume in tons-km of goods owned by Suntory Beverage & Food (in Japan and overseas) by corresponding emission factors.
5. Waste generated in operations 7 Calculated by multiplying the weight of waste disposed by Suntory Beverage & Food (in Japan and overseas) by corresponding emission factors.
6. Business travel 3 Calculated by multiplying the amount of business travel expenses of Suntory Beverage & Food (in Japan and overseas) by corresponding emission factors.
7. Employee commuting 14 Calculated by multiplying the amount of commuting expenses of Suntory Beverage & Food (in Japan and overseas) by corresponding emission factors.
8. Upstream leased assets 8 Calculated by multiplying the floor area of distribution centers rented by Suntory Beverage & Food (in Japan and overseas) by corresponding emission factors.
9. Downstream transportation and distribution 185 Calculated by multiplying the transportation volume and sales volume of goods of Suntory Beverage & Food (in Japan and overseas) by corresponding emission factors.
10. Processing of sold products 0 None
11. Use of sold products 41 Calculated by multiplying the sales volume of goods of Suntory Beverage & Food (in Japan and overseas) by corresponding emission factors.
12. End-of-life treatment of sold products 260 Calculated by multiplying the weight of packaging materials for products sold by of goods of Suntory Beverage & Food (in Japan and overseas) by corresponding emission factors.
13. Downstream leased assets 503 Calculated by multiplying the amount of electricity used by vending machines leased by of goods of Suntory Beverage & Food (in Japan and overseas) by corresponding emission factors.
14. Franchises 0 None
15. Investments 0 None
Total 5,076
  • *
    Data for the food and liquor businesses of Suntory Group (in Japan and overseas). For some overseas group companies, values were estimated by using Japan-based emission factors and emission per unit production.
  • *
    Results have received independent assurance from KPMG AZSA Sustainability Co., Ltd. The assured value is indicated with **.

Independent assurance report

Plastic

Targets Toward & Progress at Suntory Beverage & Food

Plastic | Targets Toward 2030
Plastic |  2020 Progress

Diversity

Percentage of female employees and experienced employees of Suntory Beverage & Food at each level
(as of October 2021)

Female Experienced
(people) Percentage Percentage
Officers 3 17.6% 5 29.4%
Managers 35 6.8% 98 19.1%
Assistant managers 109 19.0% 147 25.6%

Percentage of female employees and foreign employees of Suntory Beverage & Food at overseas Group companies
(as of October 2021)

Female Foreign
(people) Percentage Percentage
Management 6 30.0% 17 85.0%

Percentage of employees of Suntory Beverage & Food with disabilities in Japan (as of September 2021)

(people) Percentage
Employees with disabilities 39 2.49%

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