Lidl pledges to make entire soy supply 'sustainable'

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Company becomes first supermarket in the UK to purchase green credits for its entire soy footprint

Lidl has promised to ensure its entire soy supply comes from sustainable certified sources from this month, in what it claims is the most ambitious green sourcing policy for soy of any UK supermarket....

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