Oxfam “Behind the Brands”

(Source: Oxfam Behind the Brands report 2016)

Yesterday Oxfam launched the third of its annual “Behind the Brands” reports, which analyses supply chain practices in the world’s ten largest food and beverage companies. Unilever comes out on top with a score of 52/70, although the report suggests that the company could do more on women’s rights in its supply chain. Danone and Associated British Foods are joint bottom of the heap (25/70). Here’s the full report:

https://www.oxfam.org/sites/www.oxfam.org/files/file_attachments/bp-journey-to-sustainable-food-btb-190416-en_1.pdf

And an article in GreenBiz about the report which looks at how the Oxfam campaign has influenced companies to change their supply chain practices:

https://www.greenbiz.com/article/oxfams-supply-chain-study-likes-unilever-nestle-it-complete

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