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Cadbury Australia Switches to Recycled Plastic to Wrap Core Chocolate Products

Cadbury Australia is making the switch to recycled plastic from Amcor to wrap is core chocolate products in a move to reach the company’s goal to reduce its virgin plastic use.

February 6, 2024

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Cadbury Australia is making the switch to recycled plastic from Amcor to wrap is core chocolate products in a move to reach the company’s goal to reduce its virgin plastic use.

Cadbury plans to use 50% recycling plastic for its wrappers for its chocolate bars, blocks, and pieces produced in Australia. This switch comes shortly after Cadbury’s parent company, Mondelez International, partnered with Amcor to invest in Licella to fund the construction of a soft plastic recycling facility.

“Now we’re helping them elevate this ambition by sourcing around 1000 tonnes of recycled plastic to help reduce virgin material across more of the Cadbury chocolate portfolio,” said Mike Cash, president of Amcor Flexibles Asia Pacific.

“Being able to source this significant volume of recycled material for Mondelez International allows them to differentiate and grow and demonstrates the collective commitment of its leadership.”

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