Breaking down Mars' maverick move for a more sustainable palm oil supply chain

February 23, 2021 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Clarisse Chang, operations manager and senior sustainability analyst at EcoVadis, called the move "drastic," adding that Mars was clearly trying to be a leader in the space. But as Mars is the first major purchaser to streamline its supply chain in this way, the macro outcome is unknown. 


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