EU-wide approach to due diligence needed to regulate cacao sector, manufacturers and NGOs say

December 10, 2019 FR EcoVadis FR


Some of the world’s biggest chocolate manufacturers have called on the EU to strengthen human rights and environmental due diligence requirements of companies in global cocoa supply chains.

The manufacturers, including the likes of Barry Callebaut AG, Mars Wrigley and Mondelēz International, have teamed up with the Rainforest Alliance, the VOICE network and Fairtrade to create a joint position paper on the EU’s policy and regulatory approach to cocoa.


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