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UNILEVERANNUAL REPORT AND ACCOUNTS 2013PROJECT SUNLIGHT:HELPING TO CREATEA BRIGHTER FUTUREMaking sustainable living commonplaceWe believe there has never been a better time to create a betterfuture for our children. A world where no child goes to bed hungry,where every home has clean drinking water and where preventablediseases become a thing of the past. Project Sunlight bringstogether the work of our brands to help as many people as possibletake small sustainable steps that add up to building a world whereeveryone lives well and within the natural limits of the planet.Get involved at:www.projectsunlight.comUNILEVER N.V.Weena 455, PO Box 7603000 DK RotterdamThe NetherlandsT 31 (0)10 217 4000F 31 (0)10 217 4798Commercial Register RotterdamNumber: 24051830UNILEVER PLC100 Victoria EmbankmentLondon EC4Y 0DYUnited KingdomT 44 (0)20 7822 5252F 44 (0)20 7822 5951UNILEVER PLCREGISTERED OFFICEUnilever PLCPort SunlightWirralMerseyside CH62 4ZDUnited KingdomRegistered in England and WalesCompany Number: 41424For further information on oursocial, economic and environmentalperformance, please visit our website:WWW.UNILEVER.COMANNUAL REPORT AND ACCOUNTS 2013MAKING SUSTAINABLELIVING COMMONPLACE

OUR PURPOSE TO MAKESUSTAINABLE LIVINGCOMMONPLACEWe work to create a better future every day, with brands and servicesthat help people feel good, look good and get more out of life.Our first priority is to our consumers – then customers, employees,suppliers and communities. When we fulfil our responsibilities tothem, we believe that our shareholders will be rewarded.CAUTIONARY STATEMENTUNILEVER SUSTAINABLE LIVING PLAN (USLP)Our Annual Report and Accounts 2013 will be complemented by the online UnileverSustainable Living Report for 2013 to be published in April 2014. This will detailperformance against our USLP targets for the period 1 January to 31 December 2013except where indicated otherwise. The online report will also cover the scope of ourassurance programme and a wealth of information on our approach to running aresponsible business.See INFORMATIONThe brand names shown in this report are trademarks owned by or licensedto companies within the Unilever Group. This report contains certain statementsthat are neither reported financial results nor other historical information. Thesestatements are forward-looking statements, including within the meaning of theUnited States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Actual results maydiffer materially from those disclosed in our forward-looking statements. For adescription of factors that could affect future results, reference should be madeto the full ‘Cautionary statement’ on the inside back cover and to the sectionentitled ‘Risks’ on pages 34 to 39.For information about our non-GAAP measures, see pages 32 and 33. In thisreport we make reference to Unilever’s and other third-party websites, andto social media sites. Information on websites and/or social media sites isnot incorporated herein and does not form part of this document. 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Among other risks and uncertainties, the material or principal factors which causeactual results to differ materially are: Unilever’s global brands not meeting consumer preferences; Unilever’s ability to innovate and remain competitive;Unilever’s investment choices in its portfolio management; inability to find sustainable solutions to support long-term growth; customer relationships; therecruitment and retention of talented employees; disruptions in our supply chain; the cost of raw materials and commodities; the production of safe and highquality products; secure and reliable IT infrastructure; successful execution of acquisitions, divestitures and business transformation projects; economic andpolitical risks and natural disasters; financial risks; failure to meet high and ethical standards; and managing regulatory, tax and legal matters. 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CONTENTSOUR VISION DOUBLETHE SIZE OF THE BUSINESS,WHILST REDUCING OURENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINTAND INCREASING OURPOSITIVE SOCIAL IMPACTWe will lead for responsible growth, inspiring people to take smalleveryday actions that will add up to a big difference.We will grow by winning shares and building markets everywhere.POSITIVESOCIAL IMPACTDOUBLE THEBUSINESSStrategic report2 Unilever at a glance4 Chairman’s statement6 Chief Executive Officer’s review8 Our business model10 Our brands14 Our people18 Our operations22 Unilever Sustainable Living Plan26 Financial review 201334 RisksGovernance40 Biographies42 Corporate governance53 Report of the Audit Committee56 Report of the CorporateResponsibility Committee58 Report of the Nominating andCorporate Governance Committee60 Directors’ Remuneration ReportFinancial statements85 Statement of Directors’responsibilities86 Independent auditors’ reports90 Consolidated income statement90 Consolidated statement ofcomprehensive income91 Consolidated statement of changesin equity92 Consolidated balance sheet93 Consolidated cash flow statement94 Notes to the consolidated financialstatements136 Company accountsShareholder information146 Financial calendar146 Contact details147 Website147 Share registration147 Publications148 IndexREDUCEENVIRONMENTALFOOTPRINTUnilever Annual Report and Accounts 2013Strategic report1

UNILEVERAT A GLANCEWHO WE AREUnilever is one of the world’s leadingfast-moving consumer goods companies.Our products are sold in over 190countries and, on any given day, 2 billionconsumers worldwide use them. We ownsome of the best known and best lovedbrands, from long-established nameslike Dove, Sunlight, Knorr and Lipton tonew innovations such as Pureit, ourunique in-home water purifier. We arepassionate about them and proud of theway they help people get more out of life.WHAT WE DOWe build our brands and develop ourproducts through extensive consumerinsight, relentless innovation, andcrystal-clear design and marketing.This is a powerful blend that helps usexcite and inspire customers andconsumers in established and emergingmarkets in every corner of the globe. Weare committed to making sustainableliving commonplace and work to developnew ways of doing business that willreduce our environmental footprint andincrease our positive social impact.OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTSIn 2013 we again demonstrated the progresswe are making in transforming Unilever intoa sustainable growth company. Turnoverwas 49.8 billion, down 3.0% with a negativeimpact from foreign exchange of 5.9% andnet acquisitions and disposals of 1.1%.Underlying sales grew 4.3%. Gross marginrose 1.1 percentage points driven by bettermix, margin accretive innovations andsavings. Despite higher spend onadvertising and promotions, core operatingmargin rose by 0.4 percentage points.TURNOVERTOTAL DIVIDEND PER SHARE 7972013Turnover down 3.0% with underlying salesgrowth offset by currency movements.2Strategic report Underlying sales growth of 4.3% waswell balanced with volume 2.5% andprice 1.8%. Emerging markets, now 57% of ourbusiness, grew underlying sales by8.7% but were flat in current currency. Developed markets reported negativeunderlying sales growth for the year of1.3%, with Europe down 1.1% and NorthAmerica 1.5%. 0.782009 0.822010 0.882011 0.952012Dividends increased 10% in 2013. 1.052013

OUR KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORSdiversity and employee engagement are being reported for thefirst time. In 2012, we also reported against four other key nonfinancial indicators which are no longer reported as KPIs but areincorporated into the reporting against our Unilever SustainableLiving Plan (USLP) commitments on pages 22 and 23. They willcontinue to be included in our online Unilever Sustainable LivingReport for 2013 to be published in April 2014.We report our performance against the four key financial and sixkey non-financial performance indicators below. Our financial KPIsare described in the Financial review starting on page 26 and ournon-financial KPIs are on pages 14, 16 and 20. Total recordableaccident frequency rate and the three manufacturing KPIs werereported in 2012, while the two people-related KPIs coveringFINANCIALUNDERLYING SALESGROWTHCORE OPERATINGMARGINUNDERLYING VOLUMEGROWTHFREE CASH FLOW20132013201320132012: 6.9%2012: 13.7%‡2012: 3.4%2012: 4.3 billion4.3%14.1%Underlying sales growth over fiveyears has