Nestle extends satellite monitoring in bid to combat deforestation

Nestle extends satellite monitoring in bid to combat deforestation

Confectionery giant is drawing on a satellite monitoring service to help eliminate deforestation from its palm oil supply chain

Confectionery giant Nestlé will draw on an expanded satellite monitoring tool in a bid to eliminate deforestation from its palm oil supply chain, the company has announced. The Starling satellite monitoring...

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