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.
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.
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.
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 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.