Lidl and WWF team up to promote biodiversity and responsible sourcing across 31 countries

Stuart Stone
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Retail giant and conservation group ink five-year agreement to address ecological challenges in Lidl's supply chain

Lidl and WWF have today announced a five-year strategic partnership to promote biodiversity and responsible sourcing across 31 countries that contribute to the budget retailer's supply chain. The partnership...

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