Responsible sourcing has moved up the priority list on consumer brands’ agendas throughout 2022, with companies seeking to establish ethical supply chains, to secure sustainable supply of key commodities and to respond to increasing legal requirements on due diligence and human rights.
We are happy to see 2023 kick off with two new members: Carlsberg and Tetra Pak. Their participation will help enhance their collaboration with peers on aligning responsible sourcing best practice, strengthening human rights due diligence, moving towards living wage and increasing supplier diversity.
Simon Boas Hoffmeyer, Senior Director of Sustainability and Communications at Carlsberg, said: "Collaboration is critical to sourcing responsibly. We are happy to join forces with the industry through AIM-Progress and look forward to contributing to positive change, together."
For further information please visit www.carlsberggroup.com
Francis West, Director of Social Sustainability at Tetra Pak, said: “Tetra Pak is committed to respect human rights across our own operations and value chain. As human rights issues are often systemic and deeply embedded in the value chain, we cannot address these challenges alone. We look forward to working with our customers, peers and other stakeholders through AIM Progress on the creative partnerships and innovative approaches required to drive real change for workers and communities across food systems.”
For further information please visit www.tetrapak.com
We at AIM-Progress support members to strengthen human rights due diligence, move towards a living wage and increase supplier diversity. Find out more about our membership: https://lnkd.in/eWe3Mn5g