Mars targets sustainable palm oil sweet spot

Will Nichols
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Confectionery company unveils new policies for reducing impact of palm oil, beef, soy, and paper supply chains

Mars has tasted sweet success with its efforts to improve its internal environmental performance and is now turning its attention to tackling the sustainability challenges presented by its far-reaching...

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