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The food and beverage sector may have the largest impact on sustainability that we see in our day–to-day lives. From sourcing ingredients to manufacturing, from packaging to shipping, the sectors’ products are the results of many decisions made along the supply chain.

Twelve food and beverage brands have made commitments with big impacts on the environment, reports BOSS magazine, by applying sustainability strategies to their operations. Cargill, a global provider of ingredients, supports the Paris Agreement and is working toward sustainability goals in how it sources raw materials. Beverage companies Pepsico, MillerCoors, New Belgium, Carlsberg, Lipton Tea, and Celestial Seasonings are focused on reducing water use and water waste.

Food companies General Mills, Mars, One Degree, and Whole Foods are establishing sustainable sourcing of palm oil, cocoa, and seafood for their brands. And Ben and Jerry’s promotes education on climate change. Shoppers, take note. I’m John Howell for 3BL Media.

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