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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.

European Food-Grade CO2 Shortage Cascades Across Supply Chains

European Food-Grade CO2 Shortage Cascades Across Supply Chains

The European food and beverage industry is currently experiencing a food-grade CO2 supply crisis stemming from technical issues with several ammonia plants. Companies across the industry from brewers to meat processors are grappling with the shortage.

Target, Tesco, CVS to Require Environmental Impact Data from Suppliers through CDP

Target, Tesco, CVS to Require Environmental Impact Data from Suppliers through CDP

Target, Tesco and CVS Health have joined Walmart in an agreement to collect data from suppliers, through non-profit CDP, regarding their overall environmental footprint. By asking suppliers to report on their environmental footprint, the retailers aim to reduce environmental risk and cut carbon emissions in their supply chains. The total number of companies now reporting through CDP marks an increase of more than

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.

Report: E-Commerce Set To Disrupt Cold Storage Capacity

Report: E-Commerce Set To Disrupt Cold Storage Capacity

Cold storage is heating up in the United States, according to a new report from CBRE Industrial and Logics. With e-commerce set to disrupt where food is stored and how it gets to consumers, analysts expect a major cold storage shift from retail to industrial properties.

November Climate Summit Will Create a Rule Book. What Will be the US Role?

November Climate Summit Will Create a Rule Book. What Will be the US Role?

The global community will meet in November in Bonn, Germany to hammer the details of a climate agreement reached in Paris in December 2015 — one that the United States had once been a part but one that it now “rejects.”

Watchdog Study: Cost of Climate Change to US Businesses in the Billions

Watchdog Study: Cost of Climate Change to US Businesses in the Billions

The Government Accountability Office said this week that the federal government has spent $350 billion over the last decade on disaster assistance programs like wildfires, hurricanes and crop relief.

China Crack Down on Factories May Help Them Market to American Retailers

China Crack Down on Factories May Help Them Market to American Retailers

The Chinese government is forcing factories there to take a bitter pill — one that is difficult to swallow in the short term but over time, will give its industries a better chance to compete in the international economy.

Trump Administration Wants to Repeal – Not Replace – Clean Power Plan

Trump Administration Wants to Repeal – Not Replace – Clean Power Plan

The Trump administration now says that it wants to repeal the Obama administration’s prized environmental policy: the Clean Power Plan, which mandates 32% cuts in CO2 emissions by 2030.

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