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Self-evaluation of the application of GRI according to version 3.0 guidelines for the GRI with approval by KPMG Audit.

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SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2011

Editorial: Franck riboud

"in sustainable development more than any other area, we can only rise to the challenges if we are able to develop radically different approaches"

People often ask me why Danone’s sustainable development action places such importance on social innovation projects. For example, why did we include this focus in the individual targets of the company’s 1,400 managers? Why have we set up investment funds like the Danone Ecosystem Fund and, more recently, the Livelihoods Fund? What economic benefit can a major corporation like Danone expect in return? And should we continue in this way despite the difficult and uncertain global context? My answer to those who might be tempted to turn back is simple: in sustainable development more than any other area, we can only rise to the challenges if we are able to develop radically different approaches. This requires the ability to explore and try out new ways. It is therefore more vital than ever that Danone’s eyes and ears be wide open to the world, to meet current expectations and make the necessary changes to prepare the company for those of tomorrow. Our approach of being an open-minded company seeking to co-design new solutions with our stakeholders is firmly rooted in Danone’s culture and model and contributes to our overall long-term performance. The credibility of a global food company like Danone hinges on our capacity to be consistent in our mission and to adjust to local conditions. In 2011, Danone continued efforts on the strategic priorities(1) defined in 2008 and I would like to mention a few examples here: • ininventingnewmodelstobringhealththroughfood "to as many people as possible," 2011 was marked by the creation of a production and R&D unit in India dedicated to low-income populations. We also launched Fundooz, a first nutrition product for children. The experience in India will enhance action we have been taking for five years in Bangladesh to develop products and distribution channels that meet the needs of a greater number of consumers. These new approaches prompt us to question ourselves and they drive innovation in countries where the group...
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