Danone Chief Executive Officer Antoine de Saint-Affrique and Tony Estanguet, Chairman of Paris 2024, announced an official partnership between Danone, Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024. As a French leader in dairy and plant-based products, Danone is proud to provide participants with the very best food by delivering balanced, sustainable, locally-produced dairy and plant-based products to official venues and events.
Under this partnership with the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024, Danone will share its expertise in balanced, healthy eating at every age. A wide selection of its fresh dairy and plant-based brands, including Hipro, Actimel, Activia, Alpro and Danone, will be distributed to the athletes, volunteers, spectators, guests and media at sites hosting Paris 2024 events.
In partnering with Danone, Paris 2024 is choosing sustainable nutrition:
- 100% of Danone brands in France are B Corp certified
- 70% of Danone’s dairy and plant-based products have Nutriscore ratings of A or B
- 40% of Danone’s dairy and plant-based products have no added sugar
- Danone’s ties to communities across France make it a natural choice to deliver healthy, balanced products to all of the events and sites nationwide during the Paris 2024 Games.
The partnership is an ideal fit with Danone’s strategy of returning to competitive, sustainable growth by investing in its brands. As the Paris 2024 Games approach, the company is proud to step up and reaffirm its support for healthier, more sustainable lifestyles as a living legacy for generations to come.
Danone S.A. is a French multinational food-products corporation based in Paris. It was founded in Barcelona, Spain. It is listed on Euronext Paris where it is a component of the CAC 40 stock market index. Some of the company’s products are branded Dannon in the United States.
As of 2018, Danone sold products in 120 markets, and had sales in 2018 of €24.65 billion.In the first half of 2018,29% of sales came from specialized nutritional preparations, 19% came from branded bottled water, and 52% came from dairy and plant-based products.