Our own operations are carbon neutral by 2030 and our Koskenkorva Distillery is carbon neutral by 2026 – both without compensations.
Anora’s own production will be carbon neutral by 2030 without compensations and 30% of our grain-based spirits regeneratively farmed. Our production is based on circular economy.
We enhance biodiversity and use our planet’s water resources cautiously: we protect ground-water areas corresponding to 1,500 football fields. We are committed to science-based targets and aim for 38% reduction of scopes 1–3 in 2030 and net-zero in 2050.
We support regenerative farming, and we aim to increase the share of regeneratively farmed barley to 30% of own grain spirit products by 2030.
We enhance circular economy by reducing wastewater with 20%, increasing recycling rate of waste to 90% and reducing landfill waste to zero by 2030.
Regeneratively farmed barley from the Aila-Korpela farm to Koskenkorva distillery
Anora aims to increase the use of regeneratively farmed barley in spirit production. Veli-Pekka and Noora Aila are Anora’s contract farmers who have transitioned to using regenerative farming practices.
Koskenkorva distillery is a forerunner in the circular economy
The Koskenkorva distillery operates based on the principles of the bio and circular economy: 100% of the grain is utilised. This brought Anora the Green Company of the Year award in 2018.
Clean groundwater guarantees the quality of our products
Protecting the more than 1,000-hectare area at Rajamäki owned by Anora and the groundwater beneath it, plays an important role in ensuring the high quality of Anora's products.
Anora's carbon farmed innovation supports the company’s climate goals
Anora’s Koskenkorva distillery has produced a batch of grain spirit made from regeneratively grown barley. The batch is the second of its kind; the world’s first vodka made from regeneratively grown barley was launched early this year.