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Improving sustainability in the meat and fish supply chains

Improving sustainability in the meat and fish supply chains

31-08-2020 | Insight

We rely on the quality of the food that we eat – but not all of it is sustainably produced.

  • Peter van der Werf
    Peter
    van der Werf
    Engagement Specialist
  • Anouk in 't Veld
    Anouk
    in 't Veld
    Active Ownership Specialist

This infographic illustrates the kind of work done by Robeco’s Active Ownership team during a three-year engagement program with companies in the meat and fish supply chains.

Improving sustainability in the meat and fish supply chains
Improving sustainability in the meat and fish supply chains
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