ImagineLive Creation | Option 2

ImagineLive Creation | Option 2

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Creating for happier, healthier lives With love for nature imagine all of us with Givaudan's purpose in our hearts, our heads and our hands Together we have the potential To be a force for good in the world Are you ready? Let's imagine together imagine Imagine creating for happier, healthier lives Hi everybody. We are here at the latest ImagineLive series and today we're talking about 'creations,' something which is very beautiful to talk about. I don't know about you, but two parts of the purpose that I like most are the beginning, 'creating' and the end, 'let's imagine together'. Today we talk about creating. Of course creation comes mostly from flavourists and perfumers, this is very much the core of what we do, but not only. There is creation in a good innovation; there is creation in opening up a promising customer; and sometimes there is creation with a nice acquisition that makes the company better.

I'm very passionate about it. Of course I'm also passionate about making the life of consumers happier and healthier. I've been with Givaudan for 21 years, and I've never had a doubt that our products are really improving the lives of people around the world. We now have roughly 45 minutes, together with myself and also Louie, and a lot of other people joining forces to talk about creations.

Together with our customers, we play an important role in the creation of products and experiences that delight consumers and contribute to their overall wellbeing. Because we are Givaudan, we deliver on this promise while caring for people and the planet. This is how we will secure our continued sustainable growth. Every single one of us contributes to creating for happier, healthier lives.

And everyone can feel proud about the products we help to create. How do you help create for happier, healthier lives? I build healthy and efficient relationships with our internal customers in order to align our processes to their needs and optimise the financial health of the company. I create the safety communication channels so that all employees can gather and report EHS information as quickly as possible.

Employees know best if there are any risks in their workplace. I build strong relationships with our customers so we can collaborate together and co-create new solutions. Maurizio, what does creating for happier, healthier lives mean to you? When it comes to products that I'm very passionate about, if I put myself in the shoes of a consumer, which I am, clearly there are plenty. I'm passionate about soaps. Soaps are a fantastic product. They give hygiene to consumers.

They give a lot of perfume - for the little cost they have, to the point that, in some markets, the least affluent consumers use it as a substitute for perfume. But also soap making is very valuable. You have a fantastic initiative, with the refugee camp of Za'atari, where our people have been training people to use perfume in soaps, and make soaps. Think about perfume and cologne - how they make people feel protected, and stronger.

Think about home fragrance and how important this has been during lockdown. Or think even now, about cosmetic ingredients that help consumers in what we call self-care. The importance of this is highlighted in the new name of our division: Fragrance & Beauty. Louie, what does creating for happier, healthier lives mean to you? For me, this means I have access to a wide range of products and options that taste amazing. I love

great tasting fun for you food products, such as a bag of chips or ice cream, all the way to more good for you type of products, like low sugar beverages with immunity and health benefits. In Taste and Wellbeing, we have solutions that can meet all consumer needs, from enabling basic food that tastes great, to creating multi-sensorial experiences in fun-for-you products, to good-for-you products, with label friendly ingredients and added health supporting nutrients. This is how we create for happier, healthier lives. The Path to 2030 Our ambition is that through our creations, more people will enjoy happier, healthier lives, and that through these creations we will double our business by 2030. The first step to reaching this goal is by executing on our 2025 strategy. We have a powerful expanded product offering

and capabilities across both divisions. To continue to grow as a business we need to make sure that through our creations we enable our customers to meet the needs of consumers. Those needs are evolving. First, we need to serve the needs of a growing population. From high growth markets in Asia and Africa, to mature markets where people are living longer. Second, we're seeing more demand for health and wellbeing products and for transparency when it comes to knowing what is in those products. Thirdly, people are increasingly conscious about topics like climate crisis and social inequality. These trends will create challenges but

also exciting opportunities. Innovation remains a critical factor in enabling us to meet these needs and creating better solutions, enabling us to shape the future of food and fragrances and beauty. Our innovation approach to creating for happier, healthier lives is a collaborative process. It builds on our strength of co-creating with our customers, suppliers, startups, academia and with other organisations who share our values and our ambition. We engage this way because we believe that no one can do this on their own.

So how are we rising to the challenge and creating for happier, healthier lives in a way that serves the needs of people, planet and communities and drives our growth? We sourced questions from colleagues around the business, and have invited four business leaders to share their perspectives on how we're facing our ambition. Let's hear what our colleagues have to say. When it comes to reducing our impact on the climate, we’ve heard a lot about how we're reducing greenhouse gases across our factories and supply chain. But what about our creations? Are we working to make our fragrances more sustainable? This is such an important question, and I'm really happy to share with you some of our approaches about how we're making our fragrances more sustainable. One of the things we need to do

is to rethink how we build the skeleton of our ingredients. These skeletons are based on carbon, which is one of the most important elements on earth, which you can find everywhere. For example, in your body or in plastic bottles. But to increase the sustainability of our new ingredients and processes, we have to ensure that we use today's carbon sources responsibly. That's why we have developed the 'FiveCarbon Path' which is our commitment to responsible innovation and is based on five measurable targets.

One, increase the use of renewable carbons. Therefore we try to use either readily available natural resources as building blocks, as for example Pinene; or even produce renewable starting materials from sugar using fermentative processes. Two, increasing carbon efficiency in synthesis. This means developing sustainable, safe and efficient processes for both existing and new ingredients, using biotechnology and green chemistry. For example, we aim to produce a minimum amount of waste during our processes. Three, maximising biodegradable carbons.

We use standardised tests to measure biodegradability and will not develop new ingredients further if they do not pass these tests. Four, increasing the order per carbon ratio with high impact material. You can imagine that the more powerful a single ingredient is, the less our perfumers have to add to their creations to get an effect. Five, increasing the use of up-cycled carbons from waste streams. Similar to the first target, we are committed to decreasing the use of raw materials derived from petroleum.

One example is to use building blocks from recycled plastic. This unique approach which brings together innovation and sustainability in a measurable way, drives our commitment to make our perfumers' palette the best, safest, and most sustainable of the industry. Natalia - Operations, Brazil I’m proud to be part of a company that pioneers plant-based creations.

We know they are great for the planet because they help to reduce meat and dairy consumption. But how are we also making them healthier for consumers? We all know, that plants are good for us. How many times have you been told to eat your vegetables? But when we process these plants, do they keep their benefits? This super important question needs to be broken into parts so you can make up your mind. So, let's start with protein.

Protein is the most important nutrient you can find in our nutrition. Both meat and plant are excellent sources of protein. But not all proteins are created equal. Proteins are made of amino acids and there are nine amino acids which our bodies cannot make. Therefore we have to get them in our food. These are called essential amino acids.

Some proteins, like meat or soy for instance, have a perfect ratio of essential amino acids. Therefore they're perfect for nutrition. But what about the other plant proteins? Well, they're not always right and therefore we can advise our customers how to mix them so that they have the right ratios. For example, gluten is low in lysine but it happens to be in peas, which is pretty high in lysine. So by mixing the two of them, we can get the right nutrition. No wonder grandma told us "eat your bread with your pea soup!" So from a protein perspective, I would say both animal and plant proteins are about the same, but how about cholesterol and fat, and particularly saturated fat, which is linked to cardiovascular disease? Here plants have a huge advantage, because they contain far less saturated fat, and zero cholesterol. To make plant-based food even healthier, we develop a fat encapsulation system that allows us to reduce fat by up to 75 percent. This means that our prototypes contain only 2.5 percent fat,

compared to the 10 to 20 percent fat you will find in a typical beef burger. How about salt? Salt is another major concern for consumers as it can produce high blood pressure, heart disease and strokes. Meat actually contains very little salt, but most of us then add the salt at the table. On the other hand, plant-based products do contain salt which is already in the product and actually in higher levels that what we would like to see. Therefore we have developed a technology for reducing salt by up to 50 percent.

Meat is also reaching vitamins and minerals and here definitely, meat is better, so we have to fortify plant-based products with vitamin B-12 and iron. Givaudan actually has developed a highly bioavailable iron product just for this purpose. The last big component in nutrition is fibre, where plants are far richer than meat.

If all of this is confusing to you, then you're not alone. It is actually complicated. But Givaudan is here to pioneer plant-based food that, thanks to the power of plants, and our own expertise and technology, can contribute to happier, healthier lives, while being kinder to our planet. We've seen a strong demand for wellness products and naturals driving growth in mature markets. Is this the same in high growth markets, for example in Asia? Consumers everywhere want to live a better life. They want to feel happier, healthier and live in a better environment.

This seems new and aspirational for some countries, but it is quickly getting traction in Asia. For instance, four years ago, we started to provide fully biodegradable perfumes in Australia and New Zealand. Soon after there were similar requests in Southeast Asia, and we are now proud to supply several 100% biodegradable perfumes in countries such as Indonesia and Thailand. We are in the process of converting our entire fabric care fragrance portfolio that we are supplying to one of our biggest clients. Playing a tangible part in our

environment's improvement is a very satisfying job. The efforts made by all departments in Givaudan, including development and creation, research, and all other support functions, is a great help towards perfumers in this challenging design journey. Speaking of well-being, a thousand words would not express the magic of perfume better than the picture of a happy consumer.

I took this picture during a field trip in Chennai. It is difficult to miss the enjoyment of this lady experiencing a new perfume for laundry detergent. It is just a smile, yes, but the products fragranced by Givaudan, truly touch billions of lives. This gives us a real sense of achievement. My last point is talking about the future. At the perfumery school in Argenteuil and Singapore we train the next generation of talented creators. All the perfumers start their

training by smelling natural ingredients which are at the origin of perfumery. But during this apprenticeship they get a lot more exposure to renewable, biodegradable ingredients. They will learn from the beginning of their career how to design holistically, sustainable fragrances. Our new Food Experiences positioning for Taste and Wellbeing is more and more exciting.

How can our innovation and creativity go even further in making our world happier and healthier? Thank you for that question. I'm glad you agree that the new Food Experiences positioning is an exciting evolution for us. So let me explain a little more about how S&T are innovating for happier and healthier lives. The Taste and Wellbeing Science and Technology (S&T) strategy is aligned with the new food experiences positioning. Our role in S&T

is to create disruptive and business relevant technologies that are aligned with our purpose. So for example, we focus on discovering natural, sustainable and clean label ingredients across our product portfolio. Using different technical approaches such as analytical, natural chemistry and biotechnology. Another aspect of S&T is to make sure that these technologies are performing in flavours, in applications such as food beverages, nutraceuticals, and through sensory science to ensure we deliver a great food experience.

With our taste, colour, preservation and texture programs, we aim to create sensory experiences that will provide consumer enjoyment. Many of our innovation programs are also targeting the consumer's health. So the health and nutrition team is focused on discovering the next trend botanicals with health benefits, backed by science. As an example, immunity and gut health are our top priorities. Also the taste team is working on natural ingredients that enable fat, sugar and salt reduction for healthier and tastier product offerings. Lastly, through our protein and integrated solutions programs,

S&T is looking across our product portfolio to create performing and unique combinations that deliver multiple benefits for consumers. Great taste, combined with functional ingredients for health and enjoyment. So to conclude, our S&T team is creating taste, functional, and health solutions that will contribute to our purpose and to more happier and healthier lives. How do you help create for happier, healthier lives? I help customers understand the amazing benefit of our creations and how they contribute to happier, healthier lives.

I inspire perfumers to create winning fragrances for our customers' brands. We live in a digital age, where the new innovations in the space of artificial intelligence and digital technologies are going to transform our lives. I provide cutting-edge innovation in the space of digital technologies so Givaudan can provide superior customer experience to our customers in the digital space.

Partnering with Purpose One of the most exciting things, and of course challenging, is to see how we achieve our purpose while satisfying the tension around driving growth and of course being a profitable business. And you know I always say my heart beats with the customers. There is one important customer of Givaudan that has been at the forefront of leading with purpose with very strong brands, and this customer is Unilever. Unilever introduced a concept recently which is called Clean Future, especially for fabric and home care, and is a very challenging, very accelerated pace into their own vision for the future.

This is having an impact on the way we create for Unilever and what is very inspiring is both the way we have embraced the challenge but also what we are creating, which is really amazingly good, I have to say. Cedric, great having you here - we have known each other for 20 years. Today it is important for me to ask you, for the rest of the organisation, to explain what Unilever's Clean Future is, and how it relates to Givaudan's purpose? Thank you Maurizio for the opportunity. Let me start by saying a few words about Unilever as a company. Unilever has really been pioneering the space

of purpose for quite a number of years. I think they launched their purpose, which is very important to them, about ten years ago. There is a saying within Unilever that 'Companies with purpose last. People with purpose thrive.

Brands with purpose grow.' It's quite interesting to see that, indeed, their brands with purpose - they have about 28 within the company - are outperforming the ones which have not yet set their own purpose. I think they're growing about 70 percent faster than any other. So it's been really important for Unilever to come up with a purpose for the company, Making Sustainable Living Commonplace, as well as having a purpose for each and every brand which is operating all around the world. In that context, Unilever has decoupled their business growth from their carbon footprint about seven or eight years ago, which was really a very bold ambition at the time. Last year, they actually brought this to the next level. In particular, in Home Care they've launched the Clean Future ambition which is by 2030, so in the coming years, this is really tomorrow, they would like to come up with formulations and products that are entirely renewable and entirely biodegradable. Time to stop being part of the problem and start being part of the solution At Unilever, we've always used the latest technology to wash clothes, clean homes and help billions of people to live healthier lives.

But now we're sharing a new commitment to build a clean future. Clean Future is how we're reinventing your favourite household brands revolutionising a century old chemistry of cleaning. Making huge changes at a molecular level To deliver a big positive impact. How big? Big, big. Global big. Like swapping chemicals made from fossil fuels for renewable ingredients. Creating low carbon footprint products, and making our formulations biodegradable to leave no trace behind. From what goes into our cleaning products to the way we make them and package them.

Because when billions of people use your products They shouldn't have to choose between a product that performs well and one that does good ours will do both. This has been really important for us, as number one supplier to Unilever, to embark on that journey. And we're very happy to do so, because actually this is very aligned with our purpose, and with our love for nature in particular.

Very good, that's very clear Cedric. At the same time it shows the challenge that it brings because clearly there is a tension between matching those accelerated ambitions of Unilever, which are becoming ours, and satisfying all the things that we need to satisfy, including consumers. So how have you gone after the challenges and how have you motivated the team? Well that's a great question, because when we started, and I must be absolutely honest, when we started to bring the team together it was a bit of an 'oh my God!' reaction, but very quickly, and I think this is also the power of a purpose, very quickly we thought it through. So we've put a team together, which included lots of stakeholders, in particular the core one was creative perfumers, but also Development, Procurement, S&T, Regulatory and so on. We asked ourselves the question - what will be our palette if indeed we need to work in this 100/100 context? 100/100 means that every perfume that we use will only be compounded with 100 percent biodegradable ingredients as well as 100 percent renewable ingredients.

We've created this concept of what we call a ghost palette. It's a palette that doesn't really exist today, but which takes into account all the fantastic initiatives which are already happening at Givaudan with our suppliers, from our Procurement team, with S&T, with a lot of collaboration around the world looking at new ingredients, biotechnology and so on. Also with our formula management team looking at how we can benefit from all our acquisitions to strengthen our palette in a 100/100 context. On top of that, our RAPS (Regulatory Affairs and Product Safety) team have continued to measure and populate even more ingredients into the palette so that we have a holistic view. So we've come up with a palette that doesn't exist today but which will be an idea of the palette in 2025 or 2030.

We've asked our perfumers to work with that palette. To get a bit of a perspective on how big the challenge is, the palette today of the perfumers, is around 1500 ingredients and the level of synthetics in that palette was close to 30. So you're moving from about 1000 synthetic ingredients to about, to about 30. So you can imagine that you have to be extremely daring to look at what we can do with that. So this is a great momentum that has built itself around in terms of 'let's explore together', 'let's be daring together.' I think we all need a bit of that,

and to me this is the beauty of an aligned purpose - you don't know how you're going to get there, but you want to contribute. We had lots of people willing to contribute to that jointly aligned purpose between Unilever and ourselves. Now the challenge is in 2030 but we know 2030 for us in the creative space starts today. So how do you see the steps going forward? How do you see the future? Well first of all this this journey that Unilever initiated, Maurizio, of course started with Unilever but I'm now hearing that, withing Givaudan, a lot of other customers are going into that space. One big learning that we're getting now from the consumer exposure to these new smells that actually what consumers are after more than ever is something that relates to what we call now the 'smell of safety.' After COVID, in particular,

and the threat that's ongoing, to the planet with climate change and so on, consumers, at least the ones we're discussing, really want something that's safe for them, safe for their skin, safe for their children, and safe for the planet. I feel that we have a big role to play because this is absolutely aligned with our purpose, to decode that smell of safety for consumers around the world, and own that space, which will be so critical in the future. This is fantastic, the smell of safety sounds very reassuring and very inspirational, I have to say. I never stop learning from from you, and I'm really inspired by your motivation, your passion for the customer and the products. Very well done.

Thank you, Maurizio. How do you help create for happier, healthier lives? We work hand in hand with our customers in selecting the right fragrances for their products and we ensure continuous and timely supply of these fragrances to meet their manufacturing needs. In Givaudan, technology is applied to create unique and ground breaking fragrances. For example, the Phytogaia collection with phytoncides deriving from the plants which deliver antimicrobial and well-being benefits We bring the creations to life and deliver with excellence to our customers We're now going to hear about another of our purpose-led partnerships, with the large global food and beverage company Danone. With me today are Ingrid Burgers, our world account manager for Danone, and Scott May, who leads Mista, an innovation platform founded by Givaudan, focused on transforming the food industry.

In our conversation we'll cover how our customers and partners are working together with us, to co-create the future of food in a way that serves people, planet, profit and aligns with our creation purpose goals. So welcome, Ingrid and Scott. I'm going to just jump right in here with the first question to you, Ingrid. Maybe you tell us how are we partnering with Danone to shape the future of food? Danone's vision 'One planet, one health' links very well to our purpose. Their belief is that the health of people and the health of the planet are interconnected. There are lots of synergies to build upon, with a focus on sustainability and health and wellbeing. We share the same willingness to co-create the future of food, guided by our respective purposes.

One recent example of this is our co-creation work we've done on health synergy. We built together a proposal for their local business, using our functional and natural ingredients, such as turmeric, acerola, oat. It includes 22 consumer validated concepts with health benefits, and a selection of the ones that have the biggest potential in terms of growth and accessibility.

The work we've done will be fully leveraged by their local team and we should now access new opportunities. So Danone will be the pioneer and by helping them we help ourselves, because here co-creation opened the doors to our business. That's great and Danone is very much connected with MISTA as well. Scott, from your standpoint what are the opportunities to use the unique position of MISTA to support Danone? In order to create the future of food, we, all together, have to explore, experience, reflect and ultimately integrate emerging opportunities in the food system. Whether this is new technologies or new ingredients,

this is the whole purpose of MISTA, to help our members on their innovation journey, to really understand the future and how their company fits into that future. And it's not only by themselves, but integrated together. As an examplem we heard Ingrid talk about Danone's purpose which is 'One planet, one health' MISTA is helping Danone on their innovation journey around 'One planet, one health'. As an example, we have a startup that we introduced to Danone, called Treviva. It's a company that is bringing an amazing new product to market, a new plant to market, called Pongamia. The plant itself has been around for thousands of years, but they figured out how to remove the bitter compounds that are in that plant to make it usable in the food system.

What's cool about this is, not only is it going to create great tasting products for the consumer, it's also going to be great for the planet, because it is removing carbon from our atmosphere. So it's a carbon sequestering plant and it rejuvenates and regenerates the soil. In addition to that, small holding farmers in India for example can actually have a livelihood to collect these pods for the food system. So Scott, what are the learnings that we could use for other customers around these opportunities? The world we live in and the food system that we operate in is hyper connected and very interdependent. So really that's the role of MISTA, to help our members understand this hyper connectivity, to understand how they fit into the future of food. By doing this together, we truly understand

where the food system is going and we, as Givaudan, can then learn more from this as we move forward, as well as our other members. As an example Louie, a project that we've recently done, with several of our members working together, so both Givaudan, Ingredion, Christian Hansen and AAK coming together, to work on some amazing solutions in the alternative plant-based space, that then we can take that to a number of different customers around the world. That's really great and exciting, and I want to thank you Scott and Ingrid for joining me today on this short video. I wish you all the best and thanks so much for all your contribution. Pride in our Products We're all now familiar with the statement 'Creating for happier, healthier lives.' I invite all of you to pause and really think about that, and to feel proud of the positive impact we have through our creations, and how they contribute to experiences and moments that matter.

We asked you to share some of the creations that you feel most proud about. Let's take a look. Hi I'm Joyce based in Singapore. I'm currently heading the ASEAN marketing group. I have in my hand now a pack of mince meat, which is 100 percent made from plants. It's yummy and easy to cook into different types of Asian cuisine, such as dumplings, Thai style minced meat stir-fry with basil leaves. This product is from Phuture, a startup in Malaysia. Compared to ground meat it has 80 percent less total fat, 70 percent less saturated fat and 50 percent less calories. I'm very proud to share this product with you,

for two reasons. Firstly, Phuture is a startup which started with the intention to celebrate the goodness of mother earth. Today, they are committed to being part of the global conversation around sustainability and the rising awareness about the ecology of the environment through their products. This is very much in line with Givaudan’s purpose to create healthier, happier lives, through our creations. Secondly, this is produced by a startup who have had limited resources. So we have been by their side, supporting them in every step. From joint tasting sessions, through to product development, regulatory and so forth.

As the product is a blend of soy and pea, it has been a big challenge to make the product tasty. Our team have been tirelessly conducting many trials to test our flavours in customer bases, finally came up with a good flavour solution, which not only masks the strong base notes from peas, it also provides an aromatic meaty smell and taste. You might also be wondering about this bowl of noodle in front of me? This is what we typically call dumplings or Wonton. These dumplings are made using this meat-free product from Phuture. If you were here, you'd find it to be very tasty. Let's eat! The product that I've chosen today is Sunlight Yellow hand wash powder in South Africa.

The reason why this product is so special, is because it offers dual technology that not only addresses the consumer needs for freshness and performance, but also tackles the key need for a longer lasting fragrance which leads to a happier and more satisfied consumer. We are currently working on a more biodegradable version that will contribute to a cleaner future. Thank you! Hello colleagues and welcome to our Givaudan centre in Ile Grand, Brittany where we have a great centre of marine biotechnologies.

I am proud to have contributed to development of a new active ingredient, Sensityl. It is discovered from a microalgae using the knowledge from the heart of our business. I was able to see the development of this project pass all the stages of research and development and production to finally being marketed as an innovation that is unique in its ability to positively influence the mood of consumers. It's great to have a job that helps people to feel better. Hello everyone. This is Lai, I'm an evaluator based in Shanghai Hello, I'm Kane, also based in Shanghai China.

Cosmic Speculation is a design driven, top three premium air care brand in China. Today we will share with you a project called Universe Trilogy. It is a purely creative project. It's been a fantastic experience for me, to work with Maxence and the other three fine fragrance perfumers.

This is not only a fragrance creation; it also brings storytelling to a new level, and I believe our fragrance will delight consumers' hearts. For this project, we involved a lot of other people, from CFM, marketing and perfumers. During the project we discussed about the human beings, about society, about the universe, about philosophy and all this communication brought us into a very happy situation. Additionally, we do believe that this project, and this product, will bring

a new perspective to the market and will help the Chinese air care market to be more healthy. Hello everyone. My name is Francisco Irastorza, and I'm a key account manager for Givaudan Mexico City. Today I want to talk to you about Hydrolit. Hydrolit is a project that we won in 2020 with our strategic partner Jumex. It consists of an electrolyte low-calorie drink.

We won all four flavours for this project, including tangerine orange, apple, grape and coconut. This project really makes me proud, as it brought together our sensory, quality, creations and applications teams, to solve some profile variances that we had with our flagship flavour, tangerine orange. The challenge began by reformulating our flavours to meet their intended shelf life and ultimately meeting their launch date. This win is very well aligned with our vision as we target hydration as a key element of a happier and healthier lifestyle. Furthermore, this product strays away from Jumex's juice

based product that they normally develop. Something that could only be achieved by us imagining together. imagine Let's Imagine together. We are at the end of the session, and I've been told we're starting an 'Imagine Challenge', to share the two products that we believe make us feel healthier and happier. I've chosen two that are very much part of my life. One is a product that I love, which is Dove bar soap. I've already shared with you how much I love soap, and I have to say that Dove has been my companion during the pandemic. I've washed my hands at least 20 to 30 times a day, it's very gentle,

and the perfume is fantastic - maybe the best part of the product. The other product (which shows my age) is my perfume, which is Paco Rabanne pour homme, from 1973. I'm a little bit older than that. It's a great perfume that is very much a classic. You know, I'm a little bit introverted and I have always felt this is a little bit like a talisman - when I put it on, I feel a little bit stronger. Thank you so much! Thank you to everyone who contributed to this session, for sharing your stories and perspectives. Of course, we can't hope to cover such an important topic in just 45 minutes, so this is just the start of the conversation. Over the next few weeks, you'll have the chance

to get together in your teams, to dig deeper into what this means for you. We'll leave you with a quick preview of what's coming up in the next ImagineLive, which is all about the communities pillar of our purpose. Until then, let's keep imagining together! Coming up at ImagineLive Benefiting our communities Join colleagues around the world To explore the communities pillar of our purpose.

How are we impacting the communities where we source and operate? Why is benefiting communities good for people, planet and profit? How can I make a difference? Are you ready? Let's imagine together Benefiting our communities, July 13th 2021 Explore more at

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