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Nestlé Finland’s Baltic Sea Commitment 2024-2026

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Nestlé Finland is deepening its efforts to promote regenerative farming in Finland. At the same time, the company is launching products on the market that are cultivated in regenerative farms.


Nestlé Finland


Commitment made in 2024



As the world’s largest food company, Nestlé is committed to halving its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. A crucial part of achieving this goal is promoting regenerative farming on a global scale. Nestlé commits to sourcing 20% of its key ingredients through regenerative agriculture by 2025 and 50% by 2030.


  • All participating potato, carrot, parsnip, and onion farmers meet Nestlé’s internal criteria for the “advanced” level and continue to strive for the “expert” level.
  • 100% of domestically used carrots, potatoes, onions, and parsnips used in the PILTTI Turku factory are cultivated in regenerative farms.
  • By 2026, 20% of all raw materials used at the PILTTI Turku factory will be from regenerative farms.
  • Nestlé is developing and launching PILTTI products for the baby food market, where regenerative farming methods are used for the cultivation of potatoes, carrots, and parsnips.
  • Nestlé communicates its goals for regenerative farming to key business partners supplying raw materials in Finland and the Baltic Sea region.
  • Nestlé continues to develop its work on regenerative farming in Finland and actively participates in biodiversity enhancement collaboration through the Carbon Action platform.

Through this commitment, Nestlé remains part of the Carbon Action platform’s business network, which enables collaboration among actors in the food chain and the development of their own operations to promote regenerative farming. Additionally, Nestlé commits to highlighting the activities of the Carbon Action platform in its own communication.

The commitment has a duration of 3 years, and progress will be reviewed annually in collaboration with BSAG.

As part of the commitment, Nestlé supports BSAG’s work for the Baltic Sea with an annual donation during the commitment period. The details of the donation will be agreed upon in a separate donation letter.

Nestlé’s aim is to transform the food system. But real change requires all actors to be involved and to work together at all stages of the food chain.

Nina Hannola, Corporate Communications Manager, Nestlé Finland


Tanya Santalahti

Senior Specialist, Corporate Relations; Regenerative Agriculture

+358 50 550 3240