'Ripple effect': Sodexo to ditch suppliers failing to make 'tangible' climate progress by 2030

Michael Holder
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Credit: Sodexo

UK & Ireland wing of the food services giant launches new supply chain climate engagement programme in support of its 2040 net zero target

Sodexo UK & Ireland has puts its suppliers on notice, telling them that from 2030 it will only work with firms that have demonstrated "tangible progress" towards reducing their climate impact. The company...

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