Cargill CEO says industry will 'fall short' of 2020 goals to end deforestation

June 18, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


"Despite our collective efforts, industry is poised to fall short of a 2020 goal to eliminate deforestation in key supply chains, including beef, soy and palm oil. That is hard for me to admit – but it is not a reason to stop taking critical action," MacLennan wrote, calling for Cargill and it's competitors to work faster and more collaboratively. 


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