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Unilever lays bare palm oil supply chain in rare industry move
by Astrid Zweynert
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16 February 2018
On 16 February 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Consumer goods giant Unilever said on Friday (16 February) it had laid bare its entire palm oil supply chain, including all the suppliers and mills it sources from, to boost transparency in a rare industry move. Unilever said it was the first consumers goods company to publish such details, having disclosed the location of more than 1,400 mills and over 300 direct suppliers of the oil used in products from snacks and soaps to cosmetics and biofuels. Marc Engel, Unilever's chief supply chain officer, said the company hoped sharing the information would be the start of a new industry-wide movement towards supply chain transparency.
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