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PepsiCo And The Nature Conservancy Partner For Sustainability

PepsiCo and The Nature Conservancy are joining forces to encourage consumers to recycle more often and to help protect sources of drinking water sources throughout the US. As part of a new five-year partnership called “Recycle for Nature,” PepsiCo will expand the availability of recycling bins in the US, beginning … Read more »

Kellogg, General Mills ‘Not Doing Enough About Climate Change’

Kellogg, General Mills ‘Not Doing Enough About Climate Change’

The “Big 10” food and beverage companies — Associated British Foods, Coca-Cola, Danone, General Mills, Kellogg, Mars, Mondelez International, Nestlé, PepsiCo and Unilever — together emit 263.7 million tons of GHGs, more than Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Norway combined, an Oxfam report says. Standing on the Sidelines says these companies … Read more »


Pepsico Commits to Third-Party Environmental Audits of Top Supplier Countries

Pepsico is committed to establishing a third-party audit program based on the social, environmental and human rights standards of its top sugar sourcing country, Brazil, by the end of 2014, according to the company’s new land use policy. Pepsico plans to create similar audit programs for its sugar supply chain in Thailand, palm oil … Read more »

Co-op, Nestle, Sainsbury’s to Cut Supply Chain Carbon Footprint

The Co-operative Group, Nestlé and Sainsbury’s have said they will improve the environmental performance of some of their products following research from the Product Sustainability Forum. An initial assessment of the environmental impact of grocery products, published by the Waste and Resources Action Programme on behalf of the PSF, analyzes the … Read more »

ABF, Kellogg’s, General Mills Rank Lowest on Land, Water, Climate Scorecard

ABF, Kellogg’s, General Mills Rank Lowest on Land, Water, Climate Scorecard

The world’s 10 largest food companies received low overall ratings on their social and environmental policies with Associated British Foods, Kellogg’s and General Mills receiving the lowest scores, in a report released by Oxfam. Oxfam’s “Behind the Brands” report found all 10 of the largest global food companies, including Nestlé, … Read more »

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