How nine in 10 food firms are failing to implement sustainable farming practices

Stuart Stone
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Global food and farming industry failing to protect nature-based systems, reduce water use and soil pollution, and meet the needs of consumers, farmers and local communities, World Benchmarking Alliance study finds

The vast majority of the world's major food and agriculture companies are falling short in their efforts to protect the environment and feed the world in a healthy and equitable way, according to new research...

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