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ESG DATASHEET

2022 Data Transparency

This ESG datasheet aims to provide a consolidated overview of Mondelēz International’s non-financial performance. Reporting metrics and performance data are further discussed in our annual Snacking Made Right Report and should be read in conjunction.

Environment

Scope 1 (direct) GHG1 (metric tonnes CO₂e)

880,000

894,692

-

-

Scope 2 (Energy indirect) GHG emissions (market based)1 (metric tonnes CO₂e)

545,000

606,885

-

-

Scope 3 (Other indirect) GHG emissions1 (metric tonnes CO₂e)

28,500,000

27,888,809

-

-

Total Emissions1 (metric tonnes CO₂e)

29,925,000

29,390,386

-

-

CO₂e emissions reductions across our manufacturing operations (vs. 2018) (%)

-25%

-19%

-15%

-5%

End-to-end CO₂e emissions reduction (vs. 2018)2 (%)

In progress2

In progress2

-

-

Total energy consumed (GJ)

17,900,000

18,051,643

17,967,884

18,089,730

Renewable Energy (%)

39%

32%

23%

8%

Total waste generated in internal manufacturing sites (metric tonnes)

280,000

275,203

284,554

325,955

Total food waste generated in internal manufacturing sites (metric tonnes)

180,000

174,083

183,576

206,934

Food waste reduction in internal manufacturing sites (vs. 2018) (%)

-25%

-28%

-25%

-15%

Food waste reduction from distribution (vs. 2018) (%)

-58%

-65%

-36%

-33%

Total incoming water (without borrowed and rainwater, as per our current KPI definition) (m3)

9,540,000

10,276,279

10,326,848

10,362,594

Total incoming water to priority sites (without borrowed and rainwater, as per our current KPI definition)3(m3)

5,271,000

5,790,894

5,844,183

5,995,809

Absolute water usage reduction in priority sites (vs. 2018)4 (%)

-14%

-6.4%

-5.5%

-3.1%

Total weight of packaging5 (metric tonnes)

941,000

906,600

902,500

-

Packaging material eliminated (vs. 2013)5 (metric tonnes)

(72,600)

(72,100)

(68,000)

(64,850)

Packaging designed to be recyclable5 (%)

96%

95%

94%

93.3%

Recycled plastic content5 (%)

1%

0.5%

-

-

Reduction in overall virgin plastic5 (vs. 2020) (%)

-1%

4%

-

-

Reduction in rigid virgin plastic5 (vs. 2020) (%)

7%

-4%

-

-

Farmers in the Cocoa Life program6 (#)

230,000

209,954

188,043

175,017

Cocoa volume for chocolate brands sourced through Cocoa Life7 (%)

80%

75%

68%

63%

Wheat volume needed for Europe business unit biscuits production grown under Harmony charter (%)

98%

91%

76%

65%

Palm oil traceable to mill (%)

99%

99%

92%

98%

Palm oil traceable to plantation (%)

88%

85%

83%

54%

Palm oil from suppliers aligned to Palm Oil Action Plan (POAP) (%)

100%

100%

97%

99%

Palm oil traceable and forest monitored (%)

76%

87%

82%

-

Palm oil volume Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) certified8 (%)

100%

100%

100%

100%

Dairy supply sourced from suppliers with formal animal welfare standards9 (%)

73%

74%

72%

62%

Cage free eggs excl. Russia & Ukraine10 (%)

43%

39%

27%

17%

Social

Total number of Employees (#)

~91K

~79K

~79K

~80K

Gender & Race Progress11

Board of Directors who are women11 (%)

33%

25%

25%

25%

Executive management team who are women (defined as the Mondelēz Leadership Team plus one level below)11(%)

40%

39%

34%

31%

Management positions globally who are women (defined as Director and above)11 (%)

41%

39%

38%

37%

U.S. Black representation in management11 (%)

5.5%

5%

3%

-

Double U.S. Black representation in management by 2024 (2020 base of 3.2%)12 (%)

5.5%

5%

-

-

Double representation of women in executive leadership (defined as MLT+1) roles by 2024 (2018 base of 18%)13 (%)

40%

39%

-

-

U.S. Based Employee Demographics

Non Person of Color14
All Mondelēz International14 (%)

60%

63%

64%

-

Senior Executives14(%)

62%

62%

66%

-

Management positions (defined as Director and above)14(%)

66%

65%

77%

-

New Hires - Management14 (%)

64%

50%

74%

-

Person of Color14
All Mondelēz International14 (%)

40%

37%

36%

-

Senior Executives14 (%)

39%

38%

34%

-

Management positions (defined as Director and above)14 (%)

34%

35%

23%

-

New Hires - Management14 (%)

36%

50%

26%

-

Annual spend with minority- and women-owned businesses15(USD million)

510

329.3

-

-

Manufacturing sites completed SMETA audit within the past 3 years16(%)

62%

-

-

-

Prioritized supplier sites completed SMETA audit within the past 3 years17 (%)

87%

-

-

-

Child Labor Monitoring & Remediation Systems (CLMRS) in Cocoa Life communities in West Africa18(%)

74%

61%

28%

27%

Net revenue through Mindful Portion Snacks, those in either individually wrapped mindful portion serving sizes or with mindful portion labeling on pack19(%)

45%

-

-

-

Reduction in Total Recordable Incidents (%)

-5%

17%

-10%

-22%

Decrease in lost time Incidents (%)

-8%

30%

-15%

-14%

Manufacturing sites FSSC 22000 certified and/or GFSI-benchmarked food safety schemes (%)

100%

100%

100%

100%

External manufacturing sites FSSC 22000 certified and/or GFSI-benchmarked food safety schemes (%)

99%

97%

94%

91%

Raw material suppliers FSSC 22000 certified and/or GFSI-benchmarked food safety schemes (%)

100%

99.9%

99.9%

99.8%

Food contact packaging suppliers GFSI certified (%)

97%

97.9%

97.0%

90.0%

Total notices of food safety violation received (#)

0

0

0

-

Public Recall (#)

6

3

2

3

Employee training on food quality & safety (#)

6,800

9,574

4,500

-

Supplier training on food quality & safety (#)

2,200

4,446

2,000

-

Cash and in-kind donations (USD million)

54,000,000

50,064,740

93,121,135

70,325,936

Employee volunteers (#)

10,000

4,000

6,190

-

Volunteer hours (#)

19,000

15,000

20,000

47,000

Governance

Board of Directors Gender Diversity

Male (#)

6

9

9

-

Female (#)

4

3

3

-

Board of Directors Ethnic Diversity

White (#)

8

11

11

-

Black (#)

2

1

1

-

Board of Directors Age Diversity

50s (#)

1

1

3

-

60s (#)

6

6

4

-

70s (#)

3

5

5

-

Board of Directors Tenure Diversity

0-3 (#)

3

2

4

-

4-6 (#)

3

4

2

-

7-9 (#)

3

3

3

-

10+ (#)

1

3

3

-

FOOTNOTES:

1. Annual GHG emissions are accounted for following the GHG Protocol Corporate Standards and using the operational control approach. Reporting includes activities of all Mondelēz International subsidiaries across all regions, except those acquired after December 31, 2021. All acquisitions until 2021 are incorporated in our GHG emissions for 2018, 2021 and 2022. In the reporting year 2022, we have recalculated our base year, 2021 and 2022 inventory following the GHG Protocol Corporate Standards. For more details, please see the Carbon Accounting Manual.

2. In the reporting year 2022, we have recalculated our base year, 2021 and 2022 inventory following the GHG Protocol Corporate Standards. For more details, please see the Carbon Accounting Manual. In 2021, Mondelēz International announced its goal to reach net zero emissions by 2050 as part of the SBTi's Business Ambition for 1.5°C campaign. In 2023, we plan on submitting our new emission reduction targets to the SBTi for independent validation. As part of the recent re-baseline event as well as new SBTi guidelines, we are in the process of updating our goal boundaries.

3. Priority sites are defined as sites that are located in a high or extremely high water risk zone defined as of 2021.

4. Priority sites are defined as sites that are located in a high or extremely high water risk zone defined as of 2021. This metric is measured in accordance with our internal Water Supply Management Health Safety and Environment System for priority sites.

5. Reported information covers the period from November 1, 2021 through October 31, 2022.

6. Reported information covers Brazil, Cote d’Ivoire, Dominican Republic, Ghana, Indonesia, India, and Nigeria. This data is provided by third parties.

7. Goal and reported information for cocoa volume sourced is based on a mass balance approach, which means that the equivalent volume of cocoa needed for the products sold under our chocolate brands is sourced from the Cocoa Life program.

8. Excludes palm oil procured by third-party external manufacturers & co-packers for use in manufacturing Mondelēz International finished goods.

9. Excludes materials procured by third-party external manufacturers & co-packers for use in manufacturing Mondelēz International finished goods.

10. Goal and reported information excludes Russia and Ukraine (Russia to be determined and Ukraine by 2027). Excludes eggs procured by third-party external manufacturers & co-packers for use in manufacturing Mondelez International finished goods. The term "egg(s)" means egg(s) produced by hens (female chickens).

11. Reported information includes acquisitions/ventures globally announced in 2021 or earlier and is based on self-identification by employees for diversity and inclusion metrics.

12. Management is defined as Director and above. Reported information against our Black management representation goal in the U.S. includes acquisitions/ventures in the U.S., which were announced in 2021 or earlier, and is based on self-identification by employees for diversity and inclusion metrics. The Company’s representation goals are aspirational in nature; Mondelez International will continue to hire and promote the best qualified candidates through employment practices that are consistent with applicable laws.

13. Reported information includes acquisitions/ventures globally, which were announced in 2021 or earlier, and is based on self-identification by employees for diversity and inclusion metrics. The Company’s representation goals are aspirational in nature; Mondelēz International will continue to hire and promote the best qualified candidates through employment practices that are consistent with applicable laws.

14. Reported information in the U.S. includes acquisitions/ventures in the U.S., which were announced in 2021 or earlier, and is based on self-identification by employees for diversity and inclusion metrics.

15. Reported information for the period from January 1, 2022 to December 31, 2022 includes actual spend rather than spend attributed to invoices (as in prior years), and includes the following acquisitions: Chipita, Enjoy Life Foods, Give & Go, Perfect Foods, Tate's, and EPTA America-7 Days (which were not included in prior years). The term "minority" in this year’s reporting includes individuals with disabilities, LGBTQ+, and veteran-owned businesses (which were not included in prior years).

16. Excludes closed manufacturing sites.

17. Prioritized supplier sites are defined as Tier-1 Direct material supplier sites, and excludes suppliers that are not registered on SEDEX, have not yet received a risk score or received a risk score other than High Risk, or have not yet made audit results available to Mondelēz International.

18. Reported information for the period from January 1, 2022 to December 31, 2022 includes a community as covered by CLMRS if the work of identifying children, if any, in or at risk of child labor has been completed by the end of the year, even if any appropriate remediation and post-remediation follow-up occurs in the following year. CLMRS data is provided by third parties. Includes Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire and Nigeria.

19. This goal is new and combines and replaces historical goals relating to Portion Control Snacks and snacks with Snack Mindfully portion icon on pack. This goal measures the percentage of net revenue that comes from products that are either individually wrapped mindful portion serving sizes (<200 calories) or have a mindful portion label/information on pack. This information includes biscuits and baked snacks, chocolate, and candy, and does not include Halls products, semi-final products not sold to consumers, bulk products for wholesale, beverages, meals, gums, seasonal or festive products, licensing/royalty revenue, private label products and products with small printable areas.

Reported information against our quantitative ESG goals, unless otherwise stated, (i) covers the annual reporting period from January 1 to December 31 of the stated year, (ii) includes manufacturing facilities under our direct and indirect control, (iii) excludes acquisitions since 2018, and (iv) excludes Venezuela. Where quantitative goals are linked to revenue, information is for Mondelez International revenue (excluding acquisitions since 2018 unless stated otherwise) except Venezuela, for which results are excluded from our consolidated financial statements. Where quantitative goals are linked to operations, information is for operations under the control of our integrated supply chain function (excluding acquisitions since 2018 unless stated otherwise); unless stated otherwise, data for external manufacturing includes estimates. Due to rounding, numbers presented in this report may not add up precisely to the totals provided and percentages may not reflect the absolute figures. Although the numbers presented in this report for this year’s performance are rounded, some of the prior years’ numbers were not rounded. Historical, current and forward-looking sustainability-related information and statements may be based on standards for measuring progress that are still developing, internal controls and processes that continue to evolve, and assumptions that are subject to change in the future. We caution you that this information is approximate, that these statements and information are not guarantees of future performance, nor promises that our goals will be met, and are subject to numerous and evolving risks and uncertainties that we may not be able to predict or assess. In some cases, we may determine to adjust our commitments or goals or establish new ones to reflect changes in our business, operations or plans.