Arbonne International, LLC unveiled its Annual Sustainability Report and summarized its green initiatives and results last year. In 2020, the company recovered 365,000 packaging units through its ArbonneCycle program, converted its UK office into a 100% renewable energy-powered location and began using non-toxic glass jars for the launch of its AgeWell anti-aging skincare line.
“Our Sustainability Report is our most transparent document to date covering all aspects of our social and environmental impact efforts,” said Andrea Chase, Director of Corporate Responsibility & Social Impact at Arbonne. “We felt there was no better day than Earth Day to unveil Arbonne’s sustainability accomplishments and forthcoming goals to ensure our mission and commitment to empowering people and assuring the planet flourishes and these efforts can be sustained for future generations.”
The company also revealed its plans to continue its sustainability efforts into the future, with a goal of being zero-waste across all of its global locations, offering 100% Non-GMO verified nutrition products, and reducing plastic packaging in half by the year 2025.
“I am extremely proud of the progress that we’ve made in the past year,” said Fabienne Smolinski, Chief People and CSR Officer at Arbonne. “We have more work to do and recognize that sustainability is a journey, but our employees and customers are right alongside us in this journey and are passionate about making a difference through our business opportunity, our products and our mission, To Empower People to Flourish Through Sustainable Healthy Living. As a purpose driven company, together, we can strive to not just be the best company in the world.”