Regenerative farming is one of the sustainability targets

Growth through sustainability

Jan 12, 2023

Anora’s vision is to be the leading Nordic wine and spirits group, delivering growth through sustainability. To help achieve this goal the company launched a new and ambitious sustainability roadmap reaching until 2030.

Sustainability is at the heart of our strategy and central to the production of all our grain-based spirits. We have built our new roadmap on our truly unique platform in which we have been investing for over a decade – our Koskenkorva distillery with its own biopower plant, almost 100% recycling and reuse rate and an already 60% decrease in CO₂ emissions. Our new roadmap is called “Regenerate the Future.” This refers to regenerative farming, regenerating the conditions of our planet, but also regenerating ourselves and our operations as well as supporting responsible Nordic drinking culture the coming decades with the aim of building sustainable, future-proof business,” says Petra Gräsbeck, Communications and Sustainability Director at Anora.

Anora’s four primary long-term sustainability targets are:

  • Setting science-based targets: commit to achieving a 38% reduction in total emissions by 2030 and to being net-zero by 2050.

  • Achieving carbon-neutral operations at Koskenkorva distillery by 2026 and carbon-neutral production throughout all operations by 2030 – without carbon compensations.

  • Investing in regenerative farming and increasing the share of regeneratively cultivated barley as the raw material of Anora’s own grain spirit-based products to 30% by 2030.

  • Leading in climate-smart packaging: all packaging will be lightweight, 100% recyclable and made of materials from certified sources or from recycled origin by 2030.

Read more about Anora's new sustainability roadmap at

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