Tesco takes aim at supply chain and product emissions with strengthened net zero target

Cecilia Keating
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New climate goal will require retailer to slash emissions generated in the production and end use of its products, from agriculture to food waste

The UK's largest supermarket chain has committed to delivering net zero emissions across its entire value chain by 2050, vowing to target the emissions generated from the sourcing of raw materials, agriculture,...

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