Unilever, Tesco Among Firms Leading The Way In Embracing Alternative Proteins, Study Finds
Unilever, Tesco, Nestlé, Marks & Spencer and ConAgra are the firms that have developed the most proactive strategy to develop a sustainable alternative protein portfolio, a new study has found.
The study, by FAIRR, a global network of investors addressing environmental, social and governance issues in protein supply chains, found that of a total of 25 firms studied, these five firms recognise more than others that a high dependence on animal-based ingredients could lead to business challenges in the future.
The five companies have also undertaken risk assessments on their protein supply chains and expanded their range of plant-based products over the previous year, FAIRR said.
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