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Bacardi Limited Continues to Deliver Upon Corporate Social Responsibility Commitments

Bacardi Limited Continues to Deliver Upon Corporate Social Responsibility Commitments | Sustainable Procurement News | Scoop.it
From the critical importance of quality ingredients and how we source our materials to the impact we leave on the world around us and the need to reduce alcohol-related harm, we actively strive to fulfill our broader responsibilities to society at large.
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Great to see Bacardi, the largest privately held spirits company in the world, striving to improve their responsible commitments. 

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Kroger expands sustainability commitments to increase responsible sourcing and improve eco-stewardship by 2020

Kroger expands sustainability commitments to increase responsible sourcing and improve eco-stewardship by 2020 | Sustainable Procurement News | Scoop.it
“Our goal is to be a positive force for change in our communities and to drive sustainability and innovation across the supply chain,” said Rodney McMullen, Kroger’s chairman and CEO. “We believe that our 2020 goals set the course for this important, ongoing journey.”
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Great to see companies such as Kroger setting sustainability goals to achieve zero waste, optimize brand packaging and better manage supply chain.

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Trash Talk: GM Has Record Year for Landfill-Free Operations

Trash Talk: GM Has Record Year for Landfill-Free Operations | Sustainable Procurement News | Scoop.it
General Motors achieved a record number of landfill-free facilities in 2016, exceeding its commitment four years early. The company now operates 152 global facilities that recycle, reuse or convert to energy all waste from daily operations. These 52 non-manufacturing sites and 100 manufacturing sites contribute to GM’s top and bottom lines by driving efficiencies, generating revenue and saving money.
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Congratulations General Motors for such a great achievement!

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