Food firms neglecting supply chain climate resilience, CDP warns

February 17, 2021 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Companies are chasing profits from product innovations such as plant-based meat but failing to invest in supply chain resilience, study finds

Leading companies operating in the global food supply chain are underestimating key environmental risks, proritising small-scale product innovations while ignoring opportunities to create a more ...



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