General Mills Supply Chain Sustainability: Three Lessons Learned

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General Mills Supply Chain Sustainability: Three Lessons Learned

by John Church
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Reducing a company’s environmental footprint is no small task. Just getting started can be tough. Read: http://3blmedia.com/node/56484

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John Church is the Executive Vice President of Supply Chain, General Mills, Inc.

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This blog is part of our series on Supply Chain Sustainability. For more articles, visit CSRwire

Friday, April 3, 2015 - 12:30pm

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As a global food company, General Mills is positioned not only to create economic value in the countries where we operate, but to create social and environmental value. In pursuit of our goal, strengthening our responsible practices through the supply chain is a top priority.

Reducing a company’s environmental footprint is no small task. Just getting started can be tough. But once commitments are made and first steps are taken, the path unfolds. We’ve learned a few things on our sustainability journey and every day we learn more. Here are a few of our key takeaways.

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John Church is the Executive Vice President of Supply Chain, General Mills, Inc. and is responsible for worldwide sourcing, logistics, manufacturing, engineering, and global safety and environment. He was promoted to Senior Vice President, Supply Chain, in 2008 and elected by the General Mills Board of Directors to Executive Vice President in 2013, reporting directly to General Mills’ Chairman and CEO. Church serves as a member of the Board of Directors for Cereal Partners Worldwide. Church’s background includes leadership roles in R&D and each of the supply chain functional areas.

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CAMPAIGN: Supply Chain Sustainability

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