Ontario residents can now enjoy iconic Häagen-Dazs flavours in new reusable packaging
By Strategic ObjectivesGeneral
North York, ON February 1, 2021: Starting today, Häagen-Dazs fans can enjoy their favourite ice cream responsibly with the Canadian debut of Nestlé Canada’s Häagen-Dazs reusable packaging, in partnership with Loop Sustainable Home Delivery Service and Loblaw Companies Limited.
Häagen-Dazs, made in London, Ontario, from Canadian dairy, is the official ice cream partner available in the Canadian pilot of Loop’s waste-free shopping platform. Loop is an innovative and sustainable grocery and household goods delivery service using only reusable packaging and is launching to 5,000 residents across Ontario, following a successful expansion in the US and Europe. Ice cream lovers will enjoy the same quality and indulgence they know and love; now in zero-waste packaging.
“At Nestlé Canada, we are committed to protecting our natural environment and we have set an ambitious target to ensure that 100% of our packaging is recyclable or reusable by 2025. Our investment and founding partnership with Loop are just a couple of examples of how we are exploring innovative solutions and working with other leaders in the sustainability space,” said Jayne Payette, President, Ice Cream, Nestlé Canada. “We are proud to partner with Loop to bring a new way to shop – waste-free – with the Canadian debut of the Häagen-Dazs reusable container.”
A Sweet Partnership in Sustainability
Since day one, Häagen-Dazs has been committed to taking the purest, most responsibly sourced ingredients and transforming them into extraordinary ice cream experiences.
Among the hundreds of products available through Loop, Häagen-Dazs proudly debuts on the Loop platform with two of its most irresistible flavours: Coffee and Vanilla. Häagen-Dazs Coffee Ice Cream features only the finest roasted Brazilian coffee beans and its best-selling Vanilla, blends Madagascar vanilla with pure, sweet cream for the ultimate treat.
Today, all Häagen-Dazs ice cream bar cartons are recyclable, and the brand is working towards ensuring that 100% of its packaging is reusable or recyclable by 2025. With the launch of Loop, Häagen-Dazsis debuting its latest sustainable packaging solution with its new reusable double-walled steel packaging, which keeps the ice cream at an optimal temperature from the time it’s filled until the first delicious scoop. The canister design ensures that when opened, the ice cream melts more quickly at the top than at the bottom of the container, ensuring that every scoop is in perfect condition.
Closing the Loop
Loop is a first-of-its-kind service from global recycling organization, TerraCycle, with Nestlé as a founding investor and partner. Announced at the World Economic Forum in 2019, Loop was created to provide a solution to one of the world’s most pressing environmental issues: waste. Häagen-Dazs, alongside brands from other major CPG industry partners, examined its supply chain to identify ways to innovate in packaging, production and distribution. At the same time, it was determined that the new service should maintain affordability and improve convenience for the consumer experience.
On loopstore.ca, shoppers can enjoy hundreds of food and home products from much-loved Canadian partners, like Häagen-Dazs, responsibly and from the ease of their home; shipped in durable packaging that’s cleaned, collected, refilled and re-used. Shoppers can visit loopstore.ca for more information on how to order and where Loop delivers.
Nestlé’s Sustainable Packaging Transformation Journey
Built on a passion for transforming the simple into the extraordinary, Häagen-Dazs new reusable, innovative packaging builds on Nestlé Canada’s commitment to sustainability and preserving the planet for future generations.
Nestlé Canada believes there is an urgent need to minimize the impact packaging has on the environment and its vision is that none of its packaging, including plastics, ends up in landfill or as litter in waterways. Currently, 87% of its packaging is recyclable or reusable and Nestlé will continue to make progress on its efforts to make 100% of its packaging reusable or recyclable by 2025.
These efforts on sustainable packaging build on more than a decade of progress and investment to achieve Nestlé’s ambitious sustainability goals. Nestlé works together with industry partners, governments, non-governmental organizations and our consumers to reduce our environmental footprint. More information on the Nestlé packaging commitments and climate change roadmap can be found at www.nestle.com/csv/global-initiatives/zero-environmental-impact.
About Nestlé Canada
Nestlé is the world’s largest food and beverage company present in 189 countries. Nestlé in Canada locally manufactures and/or distributes some of the world’s most recognized and trusted brands. Its 4,000+ employees in locations across Canada are committed to Nestlé’s purpose of enhancing quality of life and contributing to a healthier future. In 2016, Nestlé celebrated its 150-year anniversary, and has been present in Canada since 1887. More information and details are available at www.corporate.nestle.ca.