FooD & Agriculture
Agriculture, forestry and land use account for approximately 25% of global greenhouse gas emissions.
Food industry is an early adopter
Following major food safety scandals, stricter food safety standards were made mandatory by law. As a result, food supply chains were among the first to introduce traceability schemes on a large scale. Consumer awareness about the negative impacts of the food and agricultural sector has ever since been increasing.
However, this sector still faces many challenges. Food companies still have limited visibility in commodities supply chains such as cocoa, palm oil, nuts, and soy that are likely to be linked to issues like child labor or deforestation. Moreover, there is another pressuring issue to be solved: Agriculture, forestry, and land use account for approximately 25% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore, the agricultural sector has a crucial role to play in meeting the objectives of the Paris Agreement.
Voluntary Fairtrade standards have a long history in the food sector, but recent regulations such as the UK Modern Slavery Act and French Vigilance Law force companies to address poor working conditions and human rights violations in their supply chains.
sustainabill turns risks into opportunities by helping Your companies to increase supply chain transparency, Ensure compliance, and measure improvements
- Efficiently map the supply chain to trace materials to the source
- Visualize the entire supply chain network for all facilities and products involved
- Send pre-build or custom surveys to your suppliers and sub-suppliers
- Manage certifications and audits along the whole supply chain
- Screen risks such as deforestation, for example, in the area of small-holder-farmers, with geo-analytics
- Access CO2-emissions per facility and measure the entire Carbon Footprint for your supply chain
- Communicate your product story to the end consumer