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My viewpoint: That water is an essential resource for food businesses is a well-understood concept. Much less so is the risk presented by shortages, says Cate Lamb.

COCA-COLA, BUNGE and Kellogg’s are just some of the major food and drink players moving to strategically address water related risks and opportunities through CDP, the global disclosure system through which a growing number of investors is calling on companies for environmental accountability.                   These businesses were…
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Sustainable agriculture: the next big ‘think’ for corporate giants

GLOBAL AGRICULTURE has received a fresh push as members of Field to Market commit to driving sustainability in the US with six pledges likely to impact farming internationally.                   Sixty-six grower organisations, agribusinesses, food, beverage and retail firms – including Unilever, General Mills, Kellogg's, Coca-Cola and Procter…
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SAI Platform launches Farmer Self Assessment for sustainable agriculture

MEMBERS OF the Sustainable Agriculture Initiative (SAI) Platform have developed the world’s first industry aligned Farmer Self Assessment of sustainable agriculture practices.                           The Self Assessment has been designed to enable farmers to assess their sustainable agriculture practices in a way that is…
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Mars to join sustainable palm oil commitment

MARS HAS announced its new policy to help build a fully sustainable palm oil supply chain by the end of this year. The company has also pledged to focus on other raw materials that have an impact on the environment such as beef, pulp, paper and soy in its new deforestation plan.      …
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Kellogg’s announces commitment to sustainably sourced palm oil

CEREAL MANUFACTUERER Kellogg’s has announced its global commitment to work with palm oil suppliers to ensure the product is fully traceable. The company has said that as part of its commitment it only wants to use palm only which is “produced in a manner that's environmentally responsible, socially beneficial, and economically viable”.      …
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