Sustainable Supply Chain


ofi (olam food ingredients): Cocoa Compass

ofi (olam food ingredients) is a leading supplier of natural, sustainable ingredients, and for nearly two decades it has played a significant role in helping to build a sustainable cocoa supply chain. ofi’s Cocoa Compass, aligned with the UN’s SDGs, is its commitment to make its supply chain, and the future of cocoa, more sustainable, by helping farmers earn a living income, eliminating child labor, and protecting the natural world. This entry demonstrates the many initiatives and approaches ofi has taken on its path to achieving a more transparent, traceable and sustainable supply chain and reaching its 2030 goals.


Redrow Homes: Supply Chain Sustainability

Redrow is focused on supporting its existing supply chain to become more sustainable as the company works towards its zero carbon target, while looking to emerging technology to help further reduce its carbon footprint.
As steppingstones to reach its ambitious targets, trials are underway with several suppliers including for green fuel, air source heat pumps and innovative Wondrwall technology. A pioneering waste project has led to the redesign of its homes to reduce waste intensity, while schemes like paint can and community wood recycling have helped close the loop on waste and ensure > 95% is diverted from landfill.


Microsoft Corporation: Science-based Supplier Engagement

In January 2020, Microsoft announced a bold commitment to be carbon negative by 2030 by removing an equivalent amount of all the carbon emitted since the company’s founding by 2050. To ensure we meet our ambitious commitments, we launched a Supplier Engagement program to support suppliers, enabling accurate measurement of Scope 3 emissions, and formalizing Supplier emissions reductions commitments.


Las Bodegas & Greencroft Bottling: Better for the Planet from Grape to Glass

As experienced wine importers we knew that changes had to be made across our entire business, with a new focus on sustainability, to reach our goal of net zero by 2030. Our first year’s certification with Planet Mark demonstrated that our scope 3 emissions equated to 85.5% of our carbon footprint, so changes within our supply chain would be where we could make the greatest impact on our GHG emissions. Green Roots Wine has been created to demonstrate that through considered supply chain improvements, achieving a delicious, affordable, sustainable wine is possible.