Improving nutrition

Woman cooking with Knorr Minestrone soup

Helping people make healthy choices

Our aim is to make great-tasting food which makes a positive contribution to a healthy diet. We will continually work to improve the taste and nutritional quality of our products.

We develop new products, increase consumer choice, provide consumers with clear information and seek to use our consumer communications to encourage the adoption of healthy habits. We have set ourselves stretching targets for improving nutrition – to double the proportion of our portfolio that meets the highest nutritional standards, based on globally recognised dietary guidelines, by 2020. This will help hundreds of millions of people to achieve a healthier diet.

Our nutrition strategy

Around the world concern is rising about the role that nutrition plays in public health. Our aim is to enable people to make healthy food choices.

Basket of unilever products in India

Our nutrition strategy

Targets & performance

We have nine ambitious targets for enhancing nutrition and they are an integral part of our Sustainable Living Plan.

Young boy eating Wall’s ice cream

Nutrition targets and performance

Making our products healthier

Improving the nutritional quality of our products by reducing salt, saturated and trans fats, sugar and calories.

Unilever CFO JM Huët at the Knorr kitchen in Leatherhead

Making our products healthier

Communication & labelling

We aim to provide simple and clear information to consumers and adhere to responsible marketing principles.

Food label

Communication & labelling

Promoting healthy diets

Helping consumers make better choices and improving our employees' health and nutrition.

Pack of Flora pro active from the UK

Promoting healthy diets & lifestyles

Addressing under-nutrition

Fighting micronutrient deficiencies with products fortified with nutrients.

Feeding programme in Kaloleni, Kenya

Addressing under-nutrition

Tackling obesity

We have taken a number of steps to help tackle obesity and the diseases associated with it.

Overweight man on a bench with takeaway food

Tackling obesity

Nutrition partnerships

Today’s challenges are immense so we work with partners to achieve improvements.

Signing of the partnership agreement with IUNS

Nutrition partnerships