As global leaders, corporate giants and academics gather in Switzerland’s Davos for the annual World Economic Forum, sustainability is high on the agenda. The journey towards a fully sustainable supply chain is, in reality, only just getting started, as the true impacts of climate change and the need to feed the fast-growing global population become ever-more apparent.
Food and beverage companies are becoming increasingly conscious of sustainability issues – including the impacts that extreme weather events can have on the supply chain, particularly raw materials. Indeed, sustainability is at the very core of what many leading suppliers are doing – increasing their commitment to sustainable ingredient solutions based on renewable resources.
The importance of sustainability in the food industry is underscored by Danish bioscience firm Chr. Hansen which achieved a major sustainability nod this week. Its CEO Mauricio Graber believes that “the food ingredients sector can be a real game-changer in creating a more sustainable future.” He speaks with FoodIngredientsFirst about how this is a pivotal moment for the sector which plays a vital role in shaping a sustainable world.
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