Cargill joins first-of-its-kind global initiative to end cocoa supply chain deforestation
Cargill is committed to ensuring a sustainable cocoa supply chain by enabling farmers to produce more and improve their livelihoods. As part of Cargill’s broader commitment to end deforestation, the cocoa supply chain is taking steps to protect forests and focus production on existing farmland.
Cargill CEO David MacLennan discusses why global trade matters to everyone. Open, responsible trade ensures that food gets from where it's grown to where it's needed most. We need to stand up for the benefits of trade that keeps us connected, creates jobs and helps to nourish the world.
With its new Timberland X Thread Collection, global outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland is building upon its commitment to bring consumers innovative, responsible and stylish products. Thread’s Ground to GoodTM fabric used in the spring 2017 collection was transformed from plastic bottles littering the streets and landfills of Haiti. Beyond recycling plastic bottles, the partnership also creates much-needed jobs and cleaner communities in the developing world.
BOISE, Idaho, March 28, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Albertsons Companies announced today that it is adding retail liquid eggs to its commitment to exclusively source cage-free eggs by 2025, based on available supply, making it the only major supermarket to explicitly include liquid eggs in its cage-free commitment.
March 28, 2017 /3BL Media/ - AkzoNobel and leading global container shipping company Maersk Line have signed a strategic sustainability partnership to reduce carbon emissions per container shipped by 10%.
The aim of the partnership - which reflects the mutual ambition of both companies to jointly elevate sustainability in the maritime industry - is to drive positive change in a number of areas, including:
Along with producing a responsibly made collection of shoes, bags, and t-shirts, global outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland’s partnership with Thread combines a shared passion for supporting communities in Haiti, creating dignified income opportunities and cleaner neighborhoods in the developing country. Thread’s vibrant network provides jobs for roughly 1,300 bottle collectors, entrepreneurs and manufacturing employees in Haiti.