Made
for tomorrow

For us doing good is about more than just making delicious yogurts with no added sugar* or sweeteners. It’s about doing our bit for families, our communities and our planet. That’s why we’ve been recognised as a B Corp™.

Danone yogurt 100% Recyclable

We’re passionate about doing our bit to make it simpler to build the future we all want.

That’s why we’ve made sure that all our pots and cardboard are 100% recyclable, so please don’t forget to recycle them.

We’re also working hard to make sure our lids can be recycled in the future too.

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Recycling our Multipack

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Recycling our Single pot

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Recycling our Big pot

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Recycling our Kids pouch

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Recycling our Vegan pot

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It’s a start, a simple step,
and there’s so much more
we want to do.

That’s why we’re working with
our friends at TerraCycle®

Okay, so what is TerraCycle®?

As pouches are made from a mix of materials they can’t be placed in your recycling bin at home so need to be recycled in a special way, which is where our recycling partner TerraCycle® come in.

TerraCycle® help us make it simple to recycle pouches and support local charities and schools with donations at the same time. Nice.

All you have to do is find out where your local public drop-off location is below and drop off your pouches (you can even setup your own!). TerraCycle® will then recycle your empty pouches, turning the recycled material into new products such as watering cans or picnic tables. Simple as that.

Find public drop-off locations
and start recycling