Great news: Arnott’s Biscuits to be 100% renewable by 2029

Arnott's Biscuits goes 100% Renewable by 2029

Arnott’s Is Going Renewable

We’re rightfully proud of our long association with Arnott’s Biscuits in our part of the world. The company’s factory at Virginia employs hundreds of locals and has done so for generations.

So it was an honour to stand alongside Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk MP, Treasurer Cameron Dick MP, and Minister for Energy and Renewables Mick de Brenni as we announced a new partnership with Arnott’s – one that will see the company go 100% renewable by 2029.

That means that by 2029, when you snack on a Monte Carlo, Tim Tam, Gingernut – or any of the other fantastic Arnott’s biscuits, you can do so knowing they have been produced using entirely renewable sources.

This initiative is an important part of our Queensland Energy & Jobs Plan, which will see 70% of our energy supply drawn from renewable sources by 2032. By 2035, the plan means we will no longer need to rely on coal to power our homes

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