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Environmental performance

exhaustive 2018 Environmental data

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE

Production Site Environment scope (a)


Total number of sites in the Production Site Environment scope Number of sites 180 187
Nb of sites under Production Site Environment
Environmental performance coverage rate scope/total number of sites 95% 96%
(a)
Refer to our Methodology Note

Production (a)
Production volumes Thousands of tons 35,333 37,534
(a)
Production Site Environment scope (refer to Methodology Note)

ISO 14001 certification (a)


Total number of ISO 14001 certified sites Number of sites 87 86
Percentage of ISO 14001 certified sites % 48% 46%
Production volumes covered by ISO 14001 certification
Tons of products 24,669 25,342
(in thousands of tons)
Percentage of volumes covered by ISO 14001 certification % 70% 68%
(a)
Production Site Environment scope (refer to Methodology Note)

GREEN audit (a)


Percentage of sites undergone an external GREEN audit % 69% 66%
Number of sites undergone an external GREEN audit Number of sites 124 124
Number of sites compliant with GREEN standards
(scoring over 800 out of 1,000)
Number of sites 104 108
Percentage of sites compliant with GREEN standards
% 84% 87%
(scoring over 800 out of 1,000)
(a)
 REEN (Global Risk Evaluation for the ENvironment): program of external audits worldwide
G
to identify and monitor the main environmental risks related to the production sites
(see Registration Document 2018)

Subsidiaries implementation of Environmental Management


Systems and Nature strategy (a)
Percentage of entities having established an Environmental
Management System which includes Danone’s Environmental % - 86%
Policy and the associated strategy/management plan
Percentage of entities having the relevant structure to support % - 90%
Environmental/Nature policy implementation
Percentage of entities have identified and engaged relevant internal % - 69%
stakeholders to support their nature roadmap implementation
(a)
Danone Way scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Investments
Investment in environmental protection € 27,000,000 31,000,000
Percentage of Danone’s total capital expenditure % 2.8% 3.4%
Operating expenditures related to environment € 120,000,000 123,000,000
– Expenditures related to waste, water and air quality € 37,000,000 33,000,000
management
– Expenditures for taxes on packaging € 53,000,000 61,000,000 Disclosure 307-1 16.5 Principle 10
– Other expenditures € 30,000,000 29,000,000 Disclosure 307-1 16.5 Principle 10
Environmental performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE
CLIMATE

CO2 EMISSIONS SCOPE 1, 2 AND 3

Scope 1 & 2 emissions market-based (a)


Scope 1 Ktons CO2 equivalent 644 753 Disclosure 305-1 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 2 Ktons CO2 equivalent 817 679 Disclosure 305-2 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Total scope 1 & 2 Ktons CO2 equivalent 1,460 1,432
(a)
Greenhouse Gases scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Scope 1 & 2 emissions location-based (a)


Scope 1 Ktons CO2 equivalent 644 753 Disclosure 305-1 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 2 Ktons CO2 equivalent 937 960 Disclosure 305-2 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Total scope 1 & 2 Ktons CO2 equivalent 1,581 1,713
(a)
Greenhouse Gases scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Absolute reduction of scope 1 & 2 emissions market-based since 2015 (a) % 9.7% 20.3% 30% 2030 2015 Disclosure 305-5 13.1
(a)
Based on constant consolidation scope and methodology

Greenhouse gas emissions in scope 3 (a)


– Purchased goods and services Ktons CO2 equivalent 15,454 19,055 Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
– Upstream transportation and distribution of goods Ktons CO2 equivalent 475 629 Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
– Downstream transportation and distribution of goods Ktons CO2 equivalent 1,158 1,886 Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
– Use of sold products Ktons CO2 equivalent 1,558 1,577 Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
– End-of-life treatment of sold products Ktons CO2 equivalent 993 1,004 Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
– Fuel and energy related activities Ktons CO2 equivalent 331 330 Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
– Waste generated in operations Ktons CO2 equivalent 185 405 Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Total scope 3 Ktons CO2 equivalent 20,154 24,886 Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
(a)
Covering 93% of Danone sales volumes, Greenhouse Gases scope
(refer to Methodology Note)
Environmental performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE

Total greenhouse gas emissions on the extended


responsibility perimeter for scopes 1, 2 and 3 (a)
Scope 1 Ktons CO2 equivalent 644 753 Disclosure 305-1 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 2 Ktons CO2 equivalent 817 679 Disclosure 305-2 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 3 Ktons CO2 equivalent 20,154 24,886 Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Total scope 1, 2, 3 Ktons CO2 equivalent 21,614 26,318
Ratio of total emissions for scopes 1, 2, 3 grams of CO2 equivalent/kg of product sold 623.3 711.0 Disclosure 305-4
Intensity reduction full scope since 2015 (b) % 10.5% 15.6% 50% 2030 2015 Disclosure 305-5 13.1 Principle 7, 8
(a)
Greenhouse Gases scope (refer to Methodology Note)
(b)
Based on constant consolidation scope and methodology

Total emissions breakdown (a)


Scope 1 % 3.0% 2.9% Disclosure 305-1 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 2 % 3.8% 2.6% Disclosure 305-2 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 3 | Purchase of goods and services: Agriculture - milk % 40.9% 41.0% Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 3 | Purchase of goods and services: Agriculture - dairy ingredients % 9.9% 9.4% Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 3 | Purchase of goods and services: Agriculture - other raw materials % 6.6% 9.1% Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 3 | Purchase of goods and services: Packaging % 11.2% 10.4% Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 3 | Purchase of goods and services: Purchase of finished products % 2.9% 2.5% Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 3 | Upstream transportation and distribution of goods % 2.2% 2.4% Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 3 | Downstream transportation and distribution of goods % 5.4% 7.2% Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 3 | Use of sold products % 7.2% 6.0% Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 3 | End-of-life treatment of sold products % 4.6% 3.8% Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 3 | Fuel and energy related activities % 1.5% 1.2% Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Scope 3 | Waste generated in operations % 0.9% 1.5% Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
(a)
Greenhouse Gases scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Agricultural emissions breakdown (a)


Milk % 71.3% 68.9% Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Dairy ingredients % 17.2% 15.8% Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Other raw materials % 11.5% 15.3% Disclosure 305-3 13.1 Principle 7, 8
(a)
Greenhouse Gases scope (refer to Methodology Note)
Environmental performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE
ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND RENEWABLES

Energy consumption within the organization (a)


Total thermal energy consumption MWh 2,714,842 3,395,125 Disclosure 302-1 7.3 | 12.2 | 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Total electricity consumption (in MWh) MWh 2,013,185 2,181,458 Disclosure 302-1 7.3 | 12.2 | 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Total MWh 4,728,026 5,576,583 Disclosure 302-1 7.3 | 12.2 | 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Intensity of energy consumption KWh/ton of product 133.8 148.6 Disclosure 302-3 7.3 | 12.2 | 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Disclosure 302-4
Total reduction of energy intensity since 2000 51% 46% 60% 2020 2000 7.3 | 12.2 | 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Disclosure 302-5
(a)
Production Site Environment scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Renewable energy (a)
Production plant purchasing electricity from 100% renewable sources Number of sites 24 40 Disclosure 302-1 7.3 | 12.2 | 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Quantity of renewable electricity/
Percentage of renewable electricity purchase total electricity purchased 18.2% 34.2% 100% 2030 2017 Disclosure 302-1 7.3 | 12.2 | 13.1 Principle 7, 8

Percentage of total renewable energy Quantity of renewable energy/total energy 11.3% 16.2% Disclosure 302-1 7.3 | 12.2 | 13.1 Principle 7, 8
(a)
Production Site Environment scope (refer to Methodology Note)

DEFORESTATION

Palm oil and soy policy


Tons of palm oil used (a) Tons 39,000 71,443 Disclosure 308-2 12.7
Percentage of Palm oil RSPO fully segregated
% 99% 96% Disclosure 308-2 12.7
(excluding WhiteWave legacy)
Percentage of Palm oil RSPO fully segregated
% 58% 100% 2020 Disclosure 308-2 12.7
(including WhiteWave legacy)
Percentage of entities having a concrete roadmap that shows
progression to eliminate deforestation from soy in plant-based
% - 69% Disclosure 308-2 12.7
recipes and/or in animal feeding by 2020, in line with
the Company commitment described in the Soy Policy (b)
(a)
2018 increase is related to the inclusion of WhiteWave activities in the reporting scope
(b)
Danone Way scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Paper and board for packaging


Percentage of recycled paper-based (a) % 72% 70% Disclosure 301-2 12.5 Principle 7, 8
Percentage of paper and board packaging made of recycled
fibers or FSC certified fibers (compliance with Danone Forest % 84% 79% 100% 2020 Disclosure 301-2 12.5 Principle 7, 8
Footprint policy) (a)
(a)
Packaging scope (refer to Methodology Note)
Environmental performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE
REFRIGERATION RESOLUTION

Emissions of ozone-depleting substances (ODS)(a)


CFC Ton equivalent CFC 0 0 Disclosure 305-6 13.1 Principle 7, 8
HCFC Ton equivalent CFC 0.107 0.236 Disclosure 305-6 13.1 Principle 7, 8
(a)
Production Site Environment scope (refer to Methodology Note)

New Cooling equipment purchased using HFC free or Low GWP gas (< 150)(a)
Industrial cooling installation % 45% 99% Disclosure 305-6 13.1 Principle 7, 8
Commercial coolers % 91% 97% Disclosure 305-6 13.1 Principle 7, 8
(a)
Refrigeration resolution scope (refer to Methodology Note)

WATER

Water Risk Assessment(a)


Percentage of production sites located in high or extreme risk
zones according to the Aqueduct tool(b) (WRI - global risk: % - 9%
physical, regulatory and reputation)
Percentage of Danone sites audited for their water risk according % - 64%
to the WRF(c) tool.
Percentage of production sites identified at high risk for the Company % - 14%
(a)
Production Site Environment scope (refer to Methodology Note)
Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas from the World Resources Institute,
(b) 

more information in our 2018 Registration Document


Water Risk Filter (WRF) from the World Wildlife Fund, more information
(c) 

in our 2018 Registration Document

SPRING audits (a)
Percentage of Waters Division sites having run a SPRING audit % 100% 100% 100% 2020 12.2 Principle 7, 8
(a) 
Internal water resource management tool SPRING (Sustainable Protection
and Resources managING) that covers the physical, regulatory and community
management of aquifers: geological formations containing (groundwater)
and their watershed (see Registration Document 2018)

Subsidiaries performance towards our ambition(a)


Percentage of entities have implemented actions to protect
% - 59%
the water resource from which water is extracted
(a)
Danone Way scope (refer to Methodology Note)
Environmental performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE

Water withdrawal at production sites (a)


River water withdrawn from the surrounding area Thousands of m3 3,102 2,937 Disclosure 303-1 6.4 Principle 7, 8
Municipal water withdrawn from the surrounding area Thousands of m3 17,011 23,395 Disclosure 303-1 6.4 Principle 7, 8
Disclosure 303-1
Well water withdrawn from the surrounding area Thousands of m3 48,572 48,161 6.4 Principle 7, 8
Disclosure 303-2
Total water withdrawal from surrounding area Thousands of m3 68,685 74,493 Disclosure 303-1 6.4 Principle 7, 8
Water used in finished products and water co-product Thousands of m3 29,572 31,182 6.4 Principle 7, 8
Water consumption in the production processes Thousands of m3 39,113 43,311 6.4 Principle 7, 8
Water consumption intensity related to the production processes m3/ton of product 1.11 1.15 6.4 Principle 7, 8
Total reduction of water intensity since 2000 % 50% 48% 60% 2020 2000 6.4 Principle 7, 8
(a)
Production Site Environment scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Wastewater (a)
Final discharge of Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) Thousands of tons 6.9 6,63 Disclosure 306-1 6.3 | 14.1 Principle 7, 8
Net COD Ratio Kg/ton of product 0.20 0,18 Disclosure 306-1 6.3 | 14.1 Principle 7, 8
Compliance with Clean Water Standards (CWS) Nb of sites compliant/total nb of sites
under CWS 67% 75% 100% 2020 Disclosure 306-1 6.3 | 14.1 Principle 7, 8
of production sites discharging wastewater directly to nature
m3 of clean wastewater/m3 of wastewater
Percentage of clean wastewater returned to nature under CWS 58% 74% 100% 2020 Disclosure 306-1 6.3 | 14.1 Principle 7, 8
(a)
Production Site Environment scope (refer to Methodology Note)

CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Post-consumer Packaging (a)
Percentage of total packaging being reusable, recyclable
% 86% 87% Disclosure 301-2 12.5 Principle 7, 8
or compostable
Percentage of packaging coming from recycled materials
% 36% 38% Disclosure 301-2 12.5 Principle 7, 8
(primary, secondary & tertiary packaging)
Percentage of recycled materials in plastic packaging % 5% 6% 25% 2025 Disclosure 301-2 12.5 Principle 7, 8
Percentage of recycled PET in Waters Division where local
% 14% 17% 25% 2020 Disclosure 301-2 12.5 Principle 7, 8
standards and regulations allow for it
Percentage of recycled PET in Waters Division worldwide % 10% 12% 50% 2025 Disclosure 301-2 12.5 Principle 7, 8
(a)
Packaging scope (refer to Methodology Note)
Environmental performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE

Subsidiaries performance towards our packaging ambition (a)


Percentage of entities have identified the recyclability challenges of
the existing packaging portfolio and used them for new packaging
% - 69%
launches or if the topic is managed centrally, the entity should be
aware of its evolution and encourage it
Percentage of entities having a recycling system (collection,
sorting, recycling) assessment in place and have identified main
% - 72%
stakeholders for improving on at least one of these 2 dimensions:
recycling or regulations
(a)
Danone Way scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Industrial Packaging waste (a)


Packaging waste generated Thousand of tons 109 119 Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
Packaging waste recovered Thousand of tons 100 115 Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
Proportion of recovered packaging waste % 91% 97% 100% 2025 Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
(a)
Production Site Environment scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Industrial waste (a)
Waste generated Total quantity in thousand of tons 397 499 Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
Recovered waste Total quantity in thousand of tons 331 412 Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
Proportion of recovered waste % 83.3% 82.5% Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
Ratio of total quantity of waste per ton of products Kg/ton of products 11.2 13.3 Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
(a)
Production Site Environment scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Industrial Food waste (a)*


Total quantity of food waste generated Thousand of tons 260 331 Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
Total quantity of recovered food waste Thousand of tons 217 283 Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
Ratio of total quantity of food waste per ton of products Kg/ton of products 36.2 37.7 Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
Ratio of total quantity of food waste recovered per ton
Kg/ton of products 38.0 32,3 Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
of products
Proportion of recovered food waste % 83.7% 85.5% Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
Production Site Environment scope (refer to Methodology Note)
(a)

* Excluding Waters Division


Environmental performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE

Total food waste in our operations (Industrial and supply chain)(a)


Total quantity of food waste generated Thousands of tons 329 464 Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
Total quantity of recovered food waste Thousands of tons 254 368 Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
Proportion of recovered food waste % 77% 79% Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
Ratio of total food waste per ton of products sold Kg/ton of product sold 49.3 54.3 Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
Ratio of total recovered food waste per ton of products sold Kg/ton of product sold 38.0 43.1 Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
Ratio of total non-recovered food waste per ton of products sold Kg/ton of product sold 11.3 11.2 Disclosure 306-2 6.3 Principle 7, 8
Total reduction in non-recovered food waste ratio since 2016(b) 10,7% -1,6% 50% 2025 2016
(a)
Total Food waste scope (refer to Methodology Note)
(b)
Based on constant consolidation scope and methodology

Subsidiaries performance towards our food waste ambition(a)


Percentage of entities have a food waste reduction program
% - 76%
for industrial and/or finished good’s food waste
Percentage of entities having taken at least one concrete action
% - 74%
to improve their food waste recovery rate
(a)
Danone Way scope (refer to Methodology Note)

REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE

Regenerative agriculture practices


Percentage of non organic fresh milk volume converted
% 50% 50% 2018
to Non-GMO Project verified in U.S.

Animal welfare
Lamb and beef having access to pasture
% 100% 100% Disclosure 308-2 12.7
(Socrates scope: Early Life Nutrition food factories in the EU)
Cage-free eggs and eggs ingredients volumes
% 40% 37% 100% 2019 2018 Disclosure 308-2 12.7
sourced worldwide
Percentage of fresh milk volumes worldwide assessed through
the new animal welfare assessment tool or via Validus Animal % - 43% 80% 2020 Disclosure 308-2 12.7
Welfare certification in Essential Dairy and Plant-Based Division(a)
(a) 
Including the following countries covering more than 80% of total fresh milk (Algeria,
Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Egypt, France, Germany, Mexico, Poland, Romania, Russia,
South Africa, Spain, and U.S.A.)

Subsidiaries performance towards our regenerative agriculture ambition(a)


Percentage of entities having a clear roadmap on Animal Welfare
allowing the entity to be compliant with the Animal Welfare % - 65% Disclosure 308-2 12.7
position paper
Percentage of entities having concrete project(s) on one among
the 3 pillars of regenerative agriculture framework for their main % - 71% Disclosure 308-2 12.7
raw materials
(a)
Danone Way scope (refer to Methodology Note)
Environmental performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE
SOCIAL INNOVATION

DANONE ECOSYSTEM FUND

Danone Ecosystem fund projects (a)


Number of projects by the Fund’s Board since its creation Number of projects 71 85 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Number of active projects supported by the fund Number of projects 42 45 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Number of partners working with the fund Number of partners 58 81 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Total funding by the fund and its partners € 163,000,000 196,000,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
(a)
Danone Ecosystem Fund scope (refer to our Methodology Note)

Environmental impact of the fund (a)


PET collected annually Tons 2,988 3,252
(a)
Danone Ecosystem Fund scope (refer to our Methodology Note)

LIVELIHOODS CARBON FUND #1

Livelihoods carbon fund #1 projects(a)


Total number of projects Number of projects 9 9 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
– Number of ecosystem restoration projects Number of projects 3 3 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
– Number of agroforestry projects Number of projects 3 3 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
– Number of rural energy projects Number of projects 3 3 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Total investment volume (Danone and co-investors) € 25,700,000 27,800,000 37,900,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
(a)
Livelihoods Carbon Fund scope (refer to our Methodology Note)

Environmental impact of the fund(a)


Trees planted since 2011 Number of trees 126,000,000 126,000,000 130,000,000 2020 2011 Disclosure 304-3 6.6 Principle 7, 8
Hectares restored since 2011 Ha 38,000 42,000 47,000 2020 2011 Disclosure 304-3 6.6 Principle 7, 8
Carbon emissions avoided or sequestred since 2014 Tons 969,000 1,550,000 10,000,000 2032 2012 Disclosure 304-3 6.6 Principle 7, 8
(a)
Livelihoods Carbon Fund scope (refer to our Methodology Note)

LIVELIHOODS CARBON FUND #2

Livelihoods carbon fund #2 projects(a)


Total number of projects validated Number of projects - 3 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
(a)
Livelihoods Carbon Fund scope (refer to our Methodology Note)

LIVELIHOODS FUND FOR FAMILY FARMING

Livelihoods fund for family farming projects(a)


Number of active projects Number of projects 5 7 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Danone’s investment volume € 6,800,000 11,400,000 15,000,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Investment volume of co-funders € 7,000,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Total investment volume engaged for current active projects € 18,400,000 36,000,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
(a)
Livelihoods Fund for Family Farming scope (refer to our Methodology Note)
Social performance

exhaustive 2018 social data

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE
HUMAN RESOURCES

Total Company Workforce Social Indicators (a)


Total number of entities having reported social indicators Number of entities 172 183
Percentage of Danone’s total workforce % 93% 100%
(a)
Refer to our Methodology Note

Safety reporting scope (a)


Total number of entities having reported safety-related indicators Number of entities 155 181
Percentage of Danone’s total workforce % 99.4% 99,9%
(a)
Refer to our Methodology Note

WORKFORCE

Total employees
Total number of employees Number of employees 104,843 105,783

Employees by Geographical Zones


Africa % 9% 8%
Asia-Pacific, Middle East % 20% 21%
Europe % 24% 24%
North America % 7% 7%
Latin America % 23% 23%
Great China % 8% 8%
C.I.S. % 9% 9%

Employees by Divisions
Essential Dairy and Plant-Based Products % 42% 42%
– Essential Dairy and Plant-Based Products International % 36% 36%
– Essential Dairy and Plant-Based Products Noram % 6% 6%
Waters % 35% 35%
Specialized Nutrition(a) % 20% 20%
Others(b) % 3% 3%
(a)
Early-Life Nutrition and Advanced Medical Nutrition
(b)
Others: Headquarters, Danone Nutricia Research, Evian Resort
Social performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE

Employees by Gender(a)
Total number of men Number of men 68,434 73,403
Percentage of men on total employees % 70% 69%
Total number of women Number of women 29,005 32,380
Percentage of women on total employees % 30% 31%
(a)
Social Indicators scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Employees by Age(a)
< 20 years % 0.7% 0.5%
20 - 29 years % 21.6% 20.4%
30 - 39 years % 39.4% 38.7%
40 - 49 years % 25.5% 26.3%
50 - 59 years % 11.4% 12.4%
60 years and > % 1.4% 1.7%
(a)
Social Indicators scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Hires and Dismissals(a)


Total number of hires Number of hires 12,842 15,208 Disclosure 401-1 5.1 | 8.5 Principle 6
Total number of dismissals Number of dismissals 5,619 4,635 Disclosure 401-1 5.1 | 8.5 Principle 6
Turnover rate % 17% 16% Disclosure 401-1 5.1 | 8.5 Principle 6
(a)
Social Indicators scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Compensation and Benefits


Expenses recognized by Danone and its fully
consolidated subsidiaries in connection with employee € 106,000,000 106,000,000
incentive and profit-sharing plans

Working time and Organization(a)


Percentage of total employees working in part-time % 3% 3%
(a)
Social Indicators scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Absenteeism(a) Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3


Absenteeism rate % 2.4% 2.4% Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
(a)
Refer to our Methodology Note
Social performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE
SOCIAL DIALOGUE

Social dialogue
Percentage of entities having their HR Team demonstrating a
% - 86% Disclosure 407-1 8.8 Principle 3
neutral attitude towards unions or employee representatives(a)
Percentage of entities having implemented regular collective
% - 79% Disclosure 407-1 8.8 Principle 3
labor agreement negotiations with social partners(b)
No obstacle prevents the existence of social partners, discussions with identified social
(a) 

partners are welcome and promoted, or key messages to management teams on neutral
attitude are formalized and regularly activated (Danone Way scope, see Methodology Note)
(b)
Danone Way scope (see Methodology Note)

HEALTH & SAFETY

Fatal accidents by Divisions (a) Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3


Essential Dairy and Plant-Based Number of fatal accidents 1 - Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
Waters Number of fatal accidents 1 1 Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
Specialized Nutrition(b) Number of fatal accidents - - Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
Others (a) Number of fatal accidents - 1 Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
Total number of fatal accidents Number of fatal accidents 2 2 0 2020 2014 Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
(a)
Safety reporting scope (see Methodology Note)
(b)
Early-Life Nutrition and Advanced Medical Nutrition

Workplace accidents with lost-time by Divisions(a) Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3


Number of workplace accidents
Essential Dairy and Plant-Based 207 211 Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
with lost-time
Number of workplace accidents
Waters 99 102 Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
with lost-time
Number of workplace accidents
Specialized Nutrition(b) 54 46 Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
with lost-time
Number of workplace accidents
Others(a) 49 35 Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
with lost-time
Number of workplace accidents
Total number of workplace accidents with lost-time 409 394 Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
with lost-time
(a)
Safety reporting scope (see Methodology Note)
(b)
Early-Life Nutrition and Advanced Medical Nutrition
Social performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE
Frequency rate of workplace accidents with lost-time (FR1)
Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
by Divisions(a)
Number of workplace accidents with
Essential Dairy and Plant-Based 2.4 2.3 Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
lost-time/1,000,000 working hours
Number of workplace accidents with
Waters 1.1 1.2 Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
lost-time/1,000,000 working hours
Number of workplace accidents with
Specialized Nutrition(b) 1.1 0.9 Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
lost-time/1,000,000 working hours
Number of workplace accidents with
Others(a) 3.4 2.4 Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
lost-time/1,000,000 working hours
Group frequency rate of workplace accidents Number of workplace accidents with
1.7 1.6 50% 2020 2014 Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
with lost-time (FR1) lost-time/1,000,000 working hours
(a)
Safety reporting scope (see Methodology Note)
(b)
Early-Life Nutrition and Advanced Medical Nutrition

Severity rate of accidents


Number of days lost related
Severity rate to workplace accidents with 0.08 0.06 Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
lost-time/1,000 working hours
(a)
Safety reporting scope (see Methodology Note)

Frequency rate of workplace accidents without lost-time (FR2)(a)


Group frequency rate of workplace accidents Number of workplace accidents without
2.1 1.7 Disclosure 403-2 8.8 Principle 3
without lost-time (FR2) lost-time/1,000,000 working hours
(a)
Safety reporting scope (see Methodology Note)

Dan’Cares(a)
Employees covered by Dan’Cares Number of employees 70,000 74,420 ALL 8.8
Number of countries covered by Dan’Cares Number of countries 42 49
(a) 
Dan’Cares program goal is to provide all Danone employees with quality healthcare
coverage of major risks, while taking account of different market practices.
The three main risks are hospitalization and surgery, outpatient care and maternity
care (for more information refer to Registration Document 2018)
Social performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE
INCLUSIVE DIVERSITY

Inclusive Diversity Disclosure 405-1 5.1 | 8.8 | 16.7 Principle 3, 6


Number of women/total number
Percentage of female executives 25% 28% 30% 2020 Disclosure 405-1 5.1 | 8.8 | 16.7 Principle 3, 6
of executives
Number of executives representing
Percentage of executives representing countries
countries outside Western Europe/total 23% 28% 30% 2020 Disclosure 405-1 5.1 | 8.8 | 16.7 Principle 3, 6
outside Western Europe
number of executives
Proportion of Danone female managers, directors Number of women/total number of
49% 50% Disclosure 405-1 5.1 | 8.8 | 16.7 Principle 3, 6
and executives(a) managers, directors and executives
(a)
Social Indicators scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Deployment of the Inclusive Diversity approach


Percentage of entities having Inclusive Diversity KPIs and
roadmaps which have been developed at cluster level and which
% - 68% Disclosure 405-1 5.1 | 8.8 | 16.7 Principle 3, 6
include the contribution to the three Inclusive Diversity Global
KPIs (Inclusive Behaviors, Gender Balance, Culture & Nationality(a)
(a)
Danone Way scope (refer to Methodology Note)

Deployment of the Parental Policy


Number of countries having implemented the Danone Global
Number of countries 3 9 ALL 2020 Disclosure 401-3 5.1 | 8.5 Principle 6
Parental Policy

Disability Disclosure 405-1 5.1 | 8.8 | 16.7 Principle 3, 6


Percentage of persons with disabilities employed by Danone
% 3.6% 3.6% Disclosure 405-1 5.1 | 8.8 | 16.7 Principle 3, 6
in France(a)
(a)
Social Indicators scope (refer to Methodology Note)

TALENT

Talent development(a)
Number of employees having participated in at least
Number of employees 83,653 94,125 Disclosure 404-1 4.3 | 4.4 Principle 6
one training course
Employees trained/total number of
Percentage of employees trained 90% 94% Disclosure 404-1 4.3 | 4.4 Principle 6
employees under Social Indicator scope
Total number of training hours Number of training hours 2,517,432 2,479,826 Disclosure 404-1 4.3 | 4.4 Principle 6
Average number of training hours per employee Training hours/employee 27 25 Disclosure 404-1 4.3 | 4.4 Principle 6
(a)
Social Indicators scope (refer to Methodology Note)
Social performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE

Talent management(a)
Percentage of entities having set up an induction plan designed
% - 99%
for each internal or external newcomer
Percentage of entities having their Executives, Management
Committee members, directors and managers to perform
an annual Development Conversation providing feedback, % - 95% Disclosure 404-3 4.3 | 4.4 | 8.5 Principle 6
leading to a development plan, offering visibility on possible
next positions, training, etc.
Percentage of entities having each of their staff and workers
to perform a development conversation, at least every two years,
providing feedbacks, leading to individual development plan (IDP), % - 78% Disclosure 404-3 4.3 | 4.4 | 8.5 Principle 6
offering visibility on possible next positions, training, etc.
which is formalized and saved
(a)
Danone Way scope (refer to Methodology Note)

SECURITY

Employees’ security
Percentage of production plants having performed
% - 83% Disclosure 404-1 4.3 | 4.4 Principle 6
a Security self-assessment

HUMAN RIGHTS
Danone Ethics Line(a)
Number of alerts related to Human Rights Number of alerts - 12 Disclosure 404-1 4.3 | 4.4 Principle 6
(a) 
For more information on Danone Ethics Line please refer to our
2018 Registration Document or our Integrated Annual Report 2018

PROCUREMENT

Relationship with milk producers


Number of farms from which Danone sources directly or indirectly milk Number of farms 58,000
Percentage of these farms which are smallholders (less than 10 cows) % 90%
Percentage of total milk collected directly by Danone coming
% 19% 24%
from producers working under CPM contract(a)
Percentage of milk collected directly by Danone in EU and in
% 40% 43%
the U.S. coming from producers working under CPM contract(a)
Number of entities having deployed the Cool Farm Tool (b)
Number of entities 14 14
Number of entities having implemented the Animal Welfare tool(c) Number of entities 10 14
CPM contract: innovative contracts with producers in the United States, in Europe and
(a) 

in Russia to reduce milk price volatility, thereby offering better visibility and financial stability:
The Cost-Performance Model (CPM) contracts (for more information see our 2018 Integrated
Annual Report)
Cool Farm Tool: tool dedicated to calculating greenhouse gas emissions generated by livestock
(b) 

provided by the Cool Farm Alliance (for more information see our 2018 Integrated Annual Report)
Internal tool developed to evaluate animal welfare practices of suppliers
(c) 

(for more information see our 2018 Integrated Annual Report)


Social performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE
Relationship with suppliers except milk producers (RESPECT program(a))
Disclosure 414-1
Number of tier 1 suppliers sites registered on Sedex platform(b) Number of sites 4,082 4,043 8.8 | 12.7 Principle 7, 8
Disclosure 308-1
Number of SMETA audits conducted on Danone tier 1 suppliers, Disclosure 414-2 Principles 1,
Number of audits 195 333 8.7 | 8.8 | 12.7
commissioned either by Danone or by peers(c) Disclosure 308-2 2, 4, 5
Percentage of cases considered compliant with Danone Disclosure 414-2 Principles 1,
% 100% 74.5% 8.7 | 8.8 | 12.7
remediation standards for centrally managed suppliers Disclosure 308-2 2, 4, 5
Percentage of cases considered compliant with Danone Disclosure 414-2 Principles 1,
% 32% 41% 8.7 | 8.8 | 12.7
remediation standards for locally managed suppliers Disclosure 308-2 2, 4, 5
Percentage of cases considered compliant with Danone Disclosure 414-2 Principles 1,
% 65% 51.8% 8.7 | 8.8 | 12.7
remediation standards overall Disclosure 308-2 2, 4, 5
Percentage of entities having an onboarding of all buyers
Disclosure 414-2 Principles 1,
including a training on RESPECT program and objectives, % - 79% 8.7 | 8.8 | 12.7
Disclosure 308-2 2, 4, 5
as well as on Responsible Sourcing Principles(d)
Responsible procurement program of Danone (for more information see our
(a) 

2018 Registration Document)


Sedex (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange) is a platform for suppliers to self-declared
(b) 

their CSR performance which can be accessible to all their client


Suppliers identified at risk by Sedex are audited by third-party organizations
(c) 

according to the SMETA protocol (Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit)


(d)
Danone Way scope (see Methodology Note)

Traceability on priority categories of procurement(a)


‘RSPO segregated’ certified palm oil % - 58%
‘RSPO segregated’ certified palm oil (excluding WhiteWave) % - 96%
Traceability of Fruits back to the first level of industrial processing
% - 100%
after harvest(b)
Traceability of Cocoa back to country of origin % - 70%
Traceability of Cane Sugar back to the mills % - 41%
Traceability of Cane Sugar back to the plantations % - 43%
(a)
For more information, see our 2018 Integrated Annual Report

SOCIAL INNOVATION FUNDS

DANONE COMMUNITIES

Social businesses supported by the fund(a)


Number of social businesses supported by the fund Number of social businesses 10 10 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Number of countries in which these businesses are located Number of countries 12 14 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
(a)
Danone Communities scope (refer to our Methodology Note)
Social performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE
Measuring the commitment of Danone’s employees(a)
Percentage of Danone Communities fund held by employees % 25% 30% Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Percentage of Danone’s employees in France having subscribed
% 55% 56% Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
to the FCPE Danone Communities
Amount invested by Danone’s employees since 2008 € 19,800,000 22,400,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Total performance of the SICAV (mutual fund) net of fees
% 9.25% 5.34% Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
over 5 years
(a)
Danone Communities scope (refer to our Methodology Note)

Social performance of the fund(a)


Total number of beneficiaries(b) Number of beneficiaries 1,000,000 1,100,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Number of beneficiaries with access to safe drinking water(c) Number of beneficiaries 700,000 800,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Number of beneficiaries in the fight against malnutrition and poverty(d) Number of beneficiaries 300,000 300,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
(a)
Danone Communities scope (refer to our Methodology Note)
The indicator refers to the total number of the social businesses beneficiaries
(b) 

supported by Danone Communities, in regards to the countries in the fund


The indicator refers to the total number of the water access social businesses
(c) 

beneficiaries supported by Danone Communities


The indicator refers to the total number of the nutrition social businesses
(d) 

beneficiaries supported by Danone Communities

DANONE ECOSYSTEM FUND

Danone Ecosystem fund projects(a)


Number of projects approved by the Fund’s Board since its creation Number of projects 71 85 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Number of active projects supported by the fund Number of projects 42 45
Number of partners working with the fund Number of partners 58 81 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Total funding by the fund and its partners € 163000000 196,000,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
(a)
Danone Ecosystem Fund scope (refer to our Methodology Note)

Social impact of the fund(a)


Number of jobs created(b) Number of jobs 4,300 4,087 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Number of professionally empowered people(c) Number of people 55,437 57,259 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Number of women professionally empowered(d) Number of women 33,745 35,701 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Number of indirect beneficiaries(e) Number of beneficiaries 4,139,000 4,443,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
(a)
Danone Ecosystem Fund Scope (Refer to our Methodology Note)
(b)
This indicator refers to the creation of positions with a contract or a formalized
micro-entrepreneurship status and with an employment of at least 6 months per year
and occupied at the reporting date
(c)
This indicator refers to empowerment—a process that enables people to boost
their employability and social & economic inclusion. It includes people with increased
or secured revenue, people who received training, people with access to social benefits,
people who have benefitted from a micro-credit service, people with better working
conditions, people who have benefitted from a social or professional insertion program,
people who received a donation in kind, and people with access to external expertise
(d)
This indicator refers to empowerment—a process that enables women to boost
their employability and social & economic inclusion. It includes women with increased
or secured revenue, women trained, women with access to social benefits, women
who have benefitted from a micro-credit service, women with better working conditions,
women who have benefitted from a social or professional insertion program, women
who received a donation in kind
(e)
This indicator refers to people receiving an indirect benefit specific to the project
(family members benefiting from increased or secured revenue, people made more
aware of nutrition, etc.), excluding people professionally empowered
Social performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED GRI STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE
LIVELIHOODS CARBON FUND #1

Livelihoods carbon fund #1 projects(a)


Total number of projects Number of projects 9 9 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
– Number of ecosystem restoration projects Number of projects 3 3 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
– Number of agroforestry projects Number of projects 3 3 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
– Number of rural energy projects Number of projects 3 3 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Total investment volume (Danone and co-investors) € 25,700,000 27,800,000 37,900,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
(a)
Livelihoods Carbon Fund scope (refer to our Methodology Note)

Social impact of the fund(a)


People positively impacted since 2011(b) Number of people 1,161,000 1,200,000 1,500,000 2020 2011 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Households equipped with efficient cookstoves since 2011 Number of households 120,000 120,000 120,000 2020 2011 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
(a)
Livelihoods Carbon Fund scope (refer to our Methodology Note)
(b) 
Number of people whose livelihoods are improved thanks to projects’ benefits:
more resources available (fish, food, cash crops, etc.) and more resilient ecosystems
(restoration of agricultural land and forests, barriers against seawater, etc.)

LIVELIHOODS CARBON FUND #2

Livelihoods carbon fund #2 projects


Total number of projects validated Number of projects - 3 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9

LIVELIHOODS FUND FOR FAMILY FARMING

Livelihoods fund for family farming projects(a)


Number of active projects Number of projects 5 7 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Danone’s investment volume € 6,800,000 11,400,000 15,000,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Investment volume of co-funders € 7,000,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Total investment volume engaged for current active projects € 18,400,000 36,000,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
(a)
Livelihoods Fund For Family Farming scope (refer to our Methodology Note)

Social impact of the fund(a)


Number of people reached Number of people 13,900 44,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Number of people directly empowered Number of people 2,200 20,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
Number of farms connected to markets or supply chains
Number of farms 1,500 10,000 Disclosure 413-1 1.4 | 2.3 Principle 9
of investors in the fund
(a) 
Livelihoods Fund For Family Farming scope (refer to our Methodology Note)
Targets given are set for current projects in the fund’s portfolio
Health & Nutrition performance

exhaustive 2018 health & nutrition data

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING GRI RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE
FOOD SAFETY & QUALITY

Food Safety production sites scope(a)


Number of production sites included in the Food Safety sites scope Number of production sites 198 208
(a)
Refer to our Methodology Note

FSSC 22000 certification(a)


Number of FSSC 22000 certification audits completed
Number of audits 140 159 Disclosure 416-1
by independent certification bodies.
Number of production sites FSSC 22000 certified Number of production sites 140 155 Disclosure 416-1
Number of production sites underway FSSC 22000 certification Number of production sites - 4 Disclosure 416-1
Number of sites certified/total Production
FSSC 22000 certification rate 67% 74% 100% 2020 Disclosure 416-1
Sites under Food Safety scope
Food Safety production sites scope (refer to our Methodology Note)
(a)

(FSSC 22000 is a food safety certification recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative)

Internal Food Safety Audits


Number of food safety audits conducted in-house by the Global
Number of audits 46 27 Disclosure 416-1
Food Safety Audit team

HEALTH & NUTRITION

One Health Scorecard scope(a)


Number of entities included in the One Health Scorecard scope(b) Number of entities 50 61
(a)
Refer to our Methodology Note
(b)
One reporting entity can include several financial subsidiaries

Supporting R&D and Innovation


Number of patent families at the end of the year Number of families 491 491
Number of international research centers(a) Number of centers 2 2
Number of specialized centers(b) Number of centers 4 6
Number of branches around the world Number of branches 55 55
The Center Daniel Carasso (Palaiseau, France), the Nutricia Research Centre
(a) 

(Utrecht, The Netherlands)


Danone Research Packaging Center in Evian, France; Precision Nutrition D-Lab,
(b) 

Nutricia Research in Singapore; Danone Research Fresh Dairy Technological Expertise


in Madrid, Spain; Danone Research Fresh Dairy Technological Expertise, in Chekhov,
Russia; and two research centers focused on plant-based protein products in Denver
in the U.S.A. and in Ghent in Belgium
Health & Nutrition performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING GRI RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE
UNDERSTAND LOCAL NUTRITION PRACTICES AND PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUES

Further reinforce our understanding of local contexts


Number of advisory panels active at local level(a) Number of panels 132 134
Number of countries or regions covered by Nutriplanet program (b)
Number of countries or regions 56 57
–N
 umber of countries with data on the whole population Number of countries 20 20
–N
 umber of countries with data focused on adults and children
Number of countries 8 5
over 3
–N
 umber of countries with data focused on babies and pregnant
Number of countries 28 32
& lactating women
–N
 umber of countries with additional focus on elderly people Number of countries 15 15
–N
 umber of countries with fluid intake cross-sectional surveys(c) Number of countries 6 9
– Number of countries with dietary data (total diet)(d) Number of countries 7 11
– Number of countries with FoodStyles studies(e) Number of countries 11 10
(a)
One Health Scorecard scope (refer to our Methodology Note)
(b)
The Nutriplanet Program was designed to provide in-depth knowledge of every
food-related aspect of our local contexts, covering syntheses on the local nutritional
and health context, more precise surveys on the consumption of food and/or fluids,
socio-anthropological studies
(c)
Fluid intake studies: scientifically validated and published original approach developed
by the Waters Division to gather data of individual drinking habits of population groups
(d)
Dietary intake assessments are used to understand what people are eating and drinking
and to compare their intakes with dietary recommendations
(e)
FoodStyles studies: comprehensive study generating data, for a given community and
at country level, on people’s real-life practices, norms and representations associated
with food

BETTER PRODUCTS: NUTRITIONAL QUALITY OF OUR PRODUCT PORTFOLIO

Healthy Categories of products(a)


Volumes in healthy categories/total
Percentage of volumes sold in healthy categories 88% 89%
volumes sold
(a)
One Health Scorecard scope (refer to our Methodology Note)
In operational terms, ‘Health product categories’ for Danone refers to water, yogurts,
milks and other daily dairy products, beverages with 0% sugar, early life nutrition products
(except biscuits and beverages for children under 3 years old) and medical nutrition.
The remaining categories are mainly low sugar beverages and indulgent products
Health & Nutrition performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING GRI RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE

Better products
Percentage of volumes sold in line with our Nutritional Targets 2020(a) % 73% 78% 100% 2020 2016
– Percentage of volumes sold in line with the sugar target 2020(b) % 77% 86% FP6 3.4
– Percentage of volumes sold in line with the saturated fat target 2020 (b)
% 98% 98% FP6 3.4
–P
 ercentage of volumes sold in line with the salt target 2020(b) % 86% 86% FP6 3.4
Percentage of volumes without added sugar(c) % - 81% FP6 3.4
Percentage of entities having an active reformulation plan towards the
% - 85%
Nutritional Targets 2020 reviewed by their management committee(d)
Percentage of volumes nutritionally improved within the year (e)
% 21% 10%
Percentage of volumes sold which are fortified(f) % 30% 25% FP7 3.4
(a)
 ll product categories except packaged water, cooking aids, and products for which
A
a target is not yet defined. Products must meet all nutrient thresholds for their category
in the ‘Danone Nutritional Targets 2020’. The compliance is weighted by volumes
of products sold. This rule applies both at portfolio and product (i.e. multipack) levels
(b)
% of sales volumes 2018 meeting respectively the sugar, saturated fat and salt
threshold for their category in the ‘Danone Nutritional Targets 2020’. The compliance
is weighted by volumes of products sold. This rule applies both at portfolio and product
(i.e. multipack) levels
(c)
% of sales volumes 2018 containing no added sugar. This percentage indicator
is calculated on the scope of the One Health scorecard (see Methodology Note), for
the product categories where it is relevant: Essential Dairy and Plant-Based Products
(excluding plant-based products), early life nutrition products and all plain water and
aquadrinks
(d)
Danone Way scope (refer to our Methodology Note)
(e)
% of sales volumes for which a nutritional improvement has been made. This percentage
indicator is calculated on the scope of the One Health scorecard (see Methodology
Note), for the product categories where it is relevant: Essential Dairy and Plant-Based
Products (excluding plant-based products), early life nutrition products and sweetened
Aquadrinks. Previous years figures were calculated on a three year period. 2017 data
is thus calculated on the 2015-2017 period
(f)
% of sales volumes having a nutrient fortification. This percentage indicator is calculated
on the scope of the One Health scorecard (see Methodology Note), for the Essential
Dairy Products and Plant-Based Products (excluding plant-based products)

BETTER CHOICES: ENCOURAGING HEALTHY HABITS

Nutritional labelling
Percentage of volumes having nutritional on-pack information(a) % 99% 99% Disclosure 417-1 12.8
Percentage of volumes having nutritional off-pack information
% 100% 100% Disclosure 417-1 12.8
(e.g., on website, or through a consumer info line)(a)
Percentage of volumes giving clear portion size guidance (b)
% 74% 73% Disclosure 417-1 12.8
Percentage of volumes carrying Front of Pack nutritional information(c) % 38% 53% Disclosure 417-1 12.8
(a)
 his percentage indicator is calculated on the scope of the One Health scorecard
T
(see Methodology Note) for the Divisions Essential Dairy and Plant-Based Products
(excluding plant-based products), Specialized Nutrition and Aquadrinks (not relevant
for Waters, which are subject to separate regulations)
(b)
This percentage indicator is calculated on the scope of the One Health scorecard
(see Methodology Note) for the Divisions Essential Dairy and Plant-Based Products
(excluding plant-based products), early life nutrition products and Aquadrinks (not
relevant for Waters, which are subject to separate regulations and for medical nutrition
products, 100% is by definition applied due to the fact that products are prescribed
by health care professionals and labelling has to follow the local legislation)
(c)
This percentage indicator is calculated on the scope of the One Health scorecard
(see Methodology Note) for the Essential Dairy and Plant-Based Products Division
(excluding plant-based products), and Aquadrinks (excluding countries where regulations
forbid the disclosure of this information)
Health & Nutrition performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING GRI RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE

Responsible Company practices


Number of employees trained on the Danone Policy
Number of employees 3,991 3,253
for the Marketing of Breast Milk Substitutes(a)
Number of local marketing to children pledges
Number of pledges - 11
signed by Danone in addition to the EU Pledge
Danone compliance with the EU Pledge criteria Disclosure 417-1
% 99.2% 98.4%
regarding registered television advertising(b) Disclosure 417-3
Danone compliance with the EU Pledge criteria Disclosure 417-1
% 100% 100%
regarding websites and brand profiles on social media(c) Disclosure 417-3
(a)
One Health Scorecard scope (refer to our Methodology Note)
(b)
 ased on independent audits performed in the seven countries audited
B
(France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Spain, the U.K.)
(c)
Based on independent audits performed in the eight countries audited
(Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Spain and Sweden)

Claims validation process


Percentage of claims which went through our internal claim
% 100% 95%
validation procedure
Percentage of volumes with nutrition claims(a)(b) % 64% 57%
Percentage of volumes with Health claims(a) % - 12%
(a)
 ne Health Scorecard scope (refer to our Methodology Note), for the divisions
O
Essential Dairy Products, Early Life Nutrition and the Aquadrinks
(b)
Figure decrease is mainly related to change in consolidation scope

CONTRIBUTE TO ADDRESS LOCAL PUBLIC HEALTH CHALLENGES

Public Health cause


Percentage of entities having aligned on at least one Public
% - 92%
Health cause for which they commit to act(a)
Percentage of entities having at least one action (e.g. program,
service) relevant to their cause which has been active during
% - 75%
the past year and they have quantified the number of people
reached(a)
(a)
Danone Way scope (refer to our Methodology Note)
Health & Nutrition performance

TARGET EXTERNALLY CORRESPONDING GRI RELATED SDG RELATED UNGC


Unit 2017 2018 TARGET BASELINE
YEAR VERIFIED STANDARDS TARGET PRINCIPLE

Education and information programs


Number of active education, information programs(a) Number of programs 28 30
Number of people potentially reached by these programs
Number of people 28,000,000 35,156,178
since their launch(a)(b)
– Number of active education, information programs
Number of programs 6 8
for Essential Dairy and Plant-Based Division(a)
– Number of people potentially reached by Essential Dairy
Number of people 5,300,000 5,474,656
and Plant-Based Division programs since their launch(a)(b)
– Number of active education, information programs
Number of programs 7 8
for Waters Division(a)
– Number of people potentially reached by Waters Division
Number of people 1,100,000 2,258,523
programs since their launch(a)(b)
– Number of active education, information programs
Number of programs 15 14
for Specialized Nutrition Division(a)
– Number of people potentially reached by Specialized Nutrition
Number of people 21,716,700 27,423,000
Division programs since their launch(a)(b)
(a)
 ne Health Scorecard scope (refer to our Methodology Note) (plant-based products
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are not yet included in the reporting scope)
(b)
People reached by several programs can be counted several times

Health @ Work
Percentage of entities having a formal policy, endorsed in
Management Committee, to support breastfeeding employees % - 91%
and concrete actions being in place(a)
Number of entities giving their employees access
Number of entities 48 61
to a health & wellness program(b)(c)
Number of employees having access to these programs (b)
Number of employees 62,802 63,619
Percentage of employees having access to these programs(b)(d) % 81% 85%
(a)
Danone Way scope (refer to our Methodology Note)
(b)
One Health Scorecard scope (refer to our Methodology Note)
(c)
An active ‘Health @ Work’ program means having a health & wellness program
for employees that covers at least one of three aspects: Healthy Diet,
Healthy Body and Healthy Mind and must provide at least one free offer
(d)
On the total employees in the One Health Scorecard scope (refer to our Methodology Note)

Enabling local teams to address public health issues


Number of employees that have been trained in nutrition,
Number of employees 33,444 13,296
health and/or hydration within the last 2 years(a)
(a)
One Health Scorecard scope (refer to our Methodology Note)