An App for Food Transparency

An App for Food Transparency

Changing how consumers engage and interact with the food and drink they consume is seen as a big part of the sustainable supply chain conundrum. If people can understand where and how their goods are made, there is a better chance of incentivising more ethical and responsible production further down the chain. So, step forward […]

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Forced Labour in IT Supply Chains

Forced Labour in IT Supply Chains

While technology may be bringing us ever closer to our friends, family and colleagues, some 80% of electronics companies don’t know which countries the raw materials they source originate from. A further symptom of this ironic lack of connectivity with the value chain is that vulnerable workers are at risk of exploitation. The latest KnowTheChain […]

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Hits the SPOT: A Look at L’Oréal’s Sustainability Tool

Hits the SPOT: A Look at L’Oréal’s Sustainability Tool

Whether it’s microbeads clogging our oceans, difficult-to-recycle beauty packaging, or paying people a decent wage for their ingredients, it’s fair to say that the impact cosmetic products have goes far beyond concealing our blemishes. So how can the industry, which is already beginning to step up, best tackle issues such as these? This year, Fast […]

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Supplier Diversity is Good Business

Supplier Diversity is Good Business

“The best way to predict the future is to create it,” once said the philosophical management consultant Peter Drucker. It is a quote emblazoned across the home web page of the Billion Dollar Roundtable (BDR) for good reason as the organisation looks to turning supplier diversity on its head. Established 17 years ago, the group […]

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