WORLD: Food and drink producers lag behind on sustainability reporting
Businesses throughout the food and drink sector are lagging off the pace when it comes to reporting on corporate sustainability issues. According to a survey from business advisory firm KPMG, exactly half of the food and drink businesses within the Global Fortune 250 (GFT250) publish some form of corporate sustainability report - whether it be on health and safety, sustainability, environmental or social issues. However, this still means that it ranks tenth out of the sixteen industry sectors represented within the GFT250.
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