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Global Food Companies Test IBM’s Blockchain System for Traceability

Global Food Companies Test IBM’s Blockchain System for Traceability

Over the past year, a group of top global retailers and food companies have been working with IBM on testing blockchain technology to improve traceability in their supply chains. The companies include Nestlé, Unilever, and Walmart. Now CIO Journal reports on how some of the tests are going.

Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil Reinstates Nestlé

Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil Reinstates Nestlé

The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) reinstated Nestlé’s membership this week after the company submitted a time-bound action plan to achieve 100% RSPO certified sustainable palm oil by 2023. Earlier this month the organization had suspended Nestlé over lax reporting and failure to pay the membership fee, which counted … Read more »

Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil Suspends Nestlé Over Lax Reporting

Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil Suspends Nestlé Over Lax Reporting

The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) has suspended Nestlé’s membership over the company’s failure to submit an annual progress report for 2016, and for delivering a 2017 report without the required time-bound plan for working toward sustainable palm oil.

Cargill & Partners to Reduce Beef Supply Chain Water Use with Smart Weather Tech

Cargill & Partners to Reduce Beef Supply Chain Water Use with Smart Weather Tech

Cargill Inc., the largest privately held corporation in the US, announced that it is working with Nestle Purina and The Nature Conservancy on a three-year water project to improve the sustainability of the beef supply chain. The project partners hope that the initiative will reduce the impact of row crop … Read more »

Investors Worth $5 Trillion Call Out Companies Over Human Rights Disclosure

Investors Worth $5 Trillion Call Out Companies Over Human Rights Disclosure

A new report from the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark (CHRB), which is backed by a $5 trillion investor coalition, calls out 28 companies for failing to provide human rights information.

World’s Biggest Retail Brands Back Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative

World’s Biggest Retail Brands Back Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative

Kellogg Company, Nestlé, and Walmart are among the companies supporting the Consumer Goods Forum’s new Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative to improve global supply chains.

Largest Cocoa Producing Countries Agree to Work with Hershey, Nestle, Mars & More

Largest Cocoa Producing Countries Agree to Work with Hershey, Nestle, Mars & More

Governments of the two largest cocoa-producing countries – Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana – pledged themselves to “Frameworks for Action” with leading chocolate and cocoa companies at COP23 last week. The countries agreed to work with some of the biggest

Cargill, Hershey’s, Mars Target Cocoa Supply Chain Sustainability

Cargill, Hershey’s, Mars Target Cocoa Supply Chain Sustainability

The bulk of a company’s environmental footprint — not to mention risk and expenses — occurs beyond the factory walls, in the supply chain. Multi-nationals are taking note, and targeting sustainable supply chain initiatives.

Are Beverage Giants Doing Enough to Reduce Plastic Waste?

Are Beverage Giants Doing Enough to Reduce Plastic Waste?

Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Danone and Nestlé have recently taken steps to use more recycled and biobased plastic in their bottles and packaging. But according to a Greenpeace UK survey, the top global soft drink brands aren’t doing enough.

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