Molson Coors’ Newest Sustainable Farming Initiatives Build Future-Proof Beer

June 14, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

The Molson Coors Brewing Company, one of the world’s largest beer producers, is helping its barley growers better understand the impact of weather conditions on crops and adopt more sustainable practices by installing weather stations and soil moisture probes across barley farms in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and Colorado. Molson Coors has invested over $20 million in the past 10 years in its Better Barley, Better Beer program, the company’s sustainability commitment to help farmers in its supply chain future-proof their business.

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