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Mars Global: CSR Category Award Winners at World Procurement Awards
EcoVadis was proud to sponsor the CSR Category at the World Procurement Awards by Procurement Leaders. This year's winner was EcoVadis client, Mars Global.
How Effective Are the CSR Clauses in Your Contracts?
New regulations and consumer demands are increasingly putting pressure on businesses to be more transparent. As a result, more and more companies include sustainability clauses in contracts with...
Packaging and the Road to a Circular Economy
Working closely with suppliers and driving innovation through product design can hugely contribute to achieving a circular economy -- and sustainable procurement can help deliver on the essential...
CPG and Big Food needs to evolve and embrace supply chain, sustainability
The CPG industry has had a difficult year, and the grocery market is no exception. Some of the most recognized and successful food brands are getting pressured at every turn, from health conscious...
Interview: Coca-Cola European Partners CPO David Cowell on Sustainable Procurement Best Practices, Setting Targets In Procurement
David Cowell, Chief Procurement Officer at Coca-Cola Enterprises, took part in the EcoVadis SustaIn 2016 Conference as speaker in a panel discussion along with GSK CPO Jean-Yves Rotté-Geoffroy. In...
Forced Labor in Seafood Supply Chains
Introduction Shrimp tacos. Blackened catfish. Grilled mahi-mahi. Salmon burgers. The amount of ocean products consumers can purchase from grocery stores and restaurants is bountiful and varied....
Impressions from Day 2 at COP21: Commitments, Hope, Controversy and Chocolate
Paris, December 2nd, 2015 Dear Clients, Dear followers, I wanted to give you a glimpse of the COP21 that just started as I was lucky to attend yesterday morning in Paris-Le Bourget. You probably...
Taking The Stage With Sustainable Procurement In 2015
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reported that the risks of climate change are so profound that they could result in food shortages, plant and animal extinctions, and other dangers if...
Nestlé drops palm oil supplier
Nestlé announced on Friday that they would stop purchasing Palm oil from Indonesian supplier Sinar Mas. Switzerland’s Nestle, which uses the edible oil in its food products such as KitKat bars,...