Orlando, Fla.-based Tupperware Brands Corporation released its 2016–2017 corporate social responsibility (CSR) report detailing its latest efforts to make a lasting effect on the lives of women globally and to reduce environmental impact.
“At Tupperware Brands, we recognize our responsibility as a global leader to play an active role in the lives of our 3 million Sales Force and nearly 12,300 corporate Associates across the globe,” said Tricia Stitzel, president and chief executive officer of Tupperware Brands. “Therefore, we consistently evaluate how best we can make a societal and environmental impact through our design, production and distribution. As we look ahead, Tupperware will continue to maximize shareholder value and consumer interest by delivering more opportunities for women, reducing waste and pollution, enhancing our position as a responsible corporate citizen and elevating our purpose of cultivating confidence.”
Tupperware’s report, entitled “Cultivating Confidence,” divides the company’s efforts into three strategic pillars: Changing Lives, Living Smart and Acting Responsibly. Within each pillar, the company reports on progress and impact made in the past two years and the potential opportunities for growth.
Changing Lives describes Tupperware’s ability and findings around cultivating confidence in women around the globe, the company’s commitment to providing inclusive access to meaningful work, and its ability to help communities thrive. Living Smart details how Tupperware helps consumers live smart by delivering products designed to reduce environmental impact and minimize waste. Acting Responsibly outlines how the company creates positive and productive employment, takes a precautionary outlook to climate change and minimizes consumption and waste.
To view the full report, click here.