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Sustainability Efforts

Our Commitment to Families

We support happy, healthy babies and their families. No matter where they live. Here are a few of the partnerships we participate in, together with our parent company, Johnson & Johnson.

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Save the Children®

At Johnson’s® we partner with Save the Children® on international efforts to provide healthcare, aid, and education to families in communities affected by crisis or poverty.

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Caring for a Healthy Future

Learn why mums and dads around the world trust JOHNSON’S® to care for their babies.

Our Commitment to a Healthy Environment

We’ve made a commitment to carefully craft all of our formulas to be gentle on the environment because babies’ development is influenced by the world in which they grow up.

It’s important that we create a world where every baby can thrive so here at Johnson’s® we continually push ourselves to improve our environmental impact.

How Johnson’s® baby is gentle on the Environment

  • All Johnson’s Baby bottles are recyclable, with the exception of the pump, which contains a stainless steel spring that cannot be separated during the recycling process. When recycling, please remove the pump prior to recycling.
  • We estimate that more efficient processes will reduce water usage at our owned manufacturing sites by about 20%.

We're proud to take part in the following programs to help protect the environment for future generations.

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Johnson & Johnson’s Environmental Initiatives

Our commitment to making a difference extends beyond Johnson’s®. Learn how our parent company Johnson & Johnson is taking action to make the planet healthier.

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Reducing Environmental Impact

We are committed to taking care of the natural resources we are privileged to use. Learn about the steps Johnson & Johnson are taking to lessen the end of life impacts of our products on the environment.

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