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Sustainable Procurement



August 18. 12:13

Working toward a sustainable global supply chain

Sustainability in the supply chain affects business resilience, reputation and relationships across business segments.

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August 18. 12:28

Walmart and General Mills join forces to harvest more sustainable crops

General Mills chief sustainability officer Jerry Lynch has revealed how his company is working with Walmart to accelerate innovation in sustainable agriculture down the supply chain. - edie news centre

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August 18. 12:44

The Case for Future-Proofing Supply Chains With Sustainable Procurement

Introduction Sustainable sourcing is turning out as the most important function of supply chain management.

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August 18. 12:22

New Supply Chain Management Initiative Gets First Member |

The International Maine Purchasing Association (IMPA) launched a responsible supply chain management initiative called the IMPA Act in 2013. Last week,EcoVadis's insight:Although a much smaller initiative than Clean Cargo, it is focused specifically on supply chain. Would be interested in any feedba [...]

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August 18. 12:48

Walmart's Supply Chain Sustainability Lessons - Supply Chain Minded

Walmart is by far the leading retail brand in the US, with a brand value of $131.88 billion in 2014. It has been a leading retailer since Sam Walton opened his first store back in 1962. Walmart's success is in great part due to ...

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August 17. 05:12

Kellogg requires its supply chain to cut their carbon emissions

Kellogg has pledged to reduce its carbon footprint, move to sustainable sourcing, and push its supply chain to reduce carbon emissions.EcoVadis's insight:Is the tide turning in the US?

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