CPG companies haven't shown significant progress on sustainability goals, report claims

June 17, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


A Greenpeace report claimed that "not a single company was able to demonstrate meaningful effort to eradicate deforestation from its supply chain." The environmental organization challenged in early 2019 more than 50 CPG companies, retailers and producers to demonstrate their progress by disclosing their cattle, cocoa, dairy, palm oil and soya suppliers. 



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