The Sustainable Development Goal


On September 25, 2015, the largest-ever gathering of 167 world leaders came together at a United Nations Summit Meeting in New York to formally adopt “Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.” The agenda sets 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These new global goals, and the broader sustainability agenda, go much further than the preceding Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to address the root causes of poverty and the universal need for development that works for the benefit of all people.

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Reaching agreement on such a comprehensive and ambitious agenda reflects an emerging consensus across all sectors of society. While there still is a long way to go, this globally-inclusive process will build ownership of the new shared vision and help lay the groundwork for future success.

CP ALL understands the need for a comprehensive agenda for change, with equity and sustainability at its core. We will do our part to contribute to a better quality of life by creating economic, social, and environmental value for sustainable growth.

CP ALL demonstrates social responsibility through business activities and stakeholder participation to create mutual benefits for our company, local communities, and society as a whole. This reflects the United Nations SDGs of improving people’s quality of life and protecting the environment by balancing business success with responsibility.

Consistent with sustainable development goals of the United Nations

Corporate Governance and Anti-Corruption

Human Rights and Labor Practices

Leadership and Human Capital Development

Innovation and Value creation

Responsible Supply Chain Management

Social Impact and Economic Contribution

Education and Lifelong Learning

Good Health & Well-being

Food and Water Security & Access to Well-being

Stakeholder Engagement

Climate Resilience

Energy Efficiency

Sustainable Packaging Management

Sustainable Waste Management

Ecosystem & Biodiversity Protection

Promoting people’s quality of life

52,684 persons

Farmers, Small and Medium Enterprize (SMEs), and small entrepreneurs received support with job and well being

12,182 persons

Volunable groups received support with job and well being

29,679 million Baht

Economic value created (from the Golden Banana project)

891,078 persons

Gained access to safe, nutritious, and sufficient foods

3.15 persons

Gained access to quality, safe and effective healthcare services

54,358 persons

Children, youths, and adults received access to education and necessary capacity building

37,132 scholarships

Support scholarship for vocational and tertiary education

1,247 million Baht

Total scholarships sponsored


Females in all management levels


Females in top management levels

21.96 : 18.25

Average hours of training for male employees and female employees

Environmental conservation

16.27 cubic meters per million Baht

Total water withdrawal intensity

9.56 million cubic meters

Total water withdrawal

33,114.53 tonnes

Ruduce plastic packaging consumption

6,488.33 tonnes

Waste minimization by recycle & circular economy approach

1,240.80 tonnes

Eco-friendly packaging materials

68.87 : 30.13

Proportion of utilized waste per disposed waste

2.43 tCO2e per million Baht

GHG emissions intensity per unit of revenue

6 products

Certified with the Carbon Footprint Product label

22,172.73 tCO2e

GHGs emission reduction

5 products

Certified with the Carbon Footprint Reduction label

540,000 juvenile crabs

Released into sea to increase diversity

228,240 trees

Planted to rehabilitate the ecosystem

Fostering growth

182,612.03 GJ

Renewable energy usage

0.019 %

Comparing with total energy consumption

47,300 persons

Employment for local within the CP ALL group

842 persons

Employment for the vulnerable groups

6.014 million Baht

Innovation value


Products of innovative

12,169 persons

Employment of vulnerable groups

79.53 million Baht

Value for employment of vulnerable groups

1,147 persons

Vulnerable groups, governmental agencies and communities recived training for fire drill and emergency evacuation

Promoting accountability, transparency, inclusiveness and anti-corruption

  • Prescribed the Code of Conduct compliance with the Thai law and the other countries where the company operating, and in alignment with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGP)
  • Be a member of the Thai Private Sector Collective Action Against Corruption (CAC)
  • Supporting suppliers to be a member of the CAC

Elevating partnerships for collaboration

  • Joning hands with the Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization and the UNDP Thailand to become a signatory to the Low Carbon City project