Since 2019, ofi has launched its first public climate targets across various supply chains including cocoa, coffee, cashew, hazelnuts - and now almonds. These include a 50% reduction in GHG emissions in the cashew supply chain by 2030, 50% reduction of untreated coffee wastewater, and 30% reduction in natural capital costs for cocoa. Together, these targets build on over a decade of sustainability experience carried over from our Olam heritage, introducing a more transparent and structured approach, supported by our purpose to ‘Be the change for good food and a healthy future’. This however, requires greater transparency across the supply chain and collective action to deliver sustainability impact at scale.
Read more about how AtSource contributes to transparency and collective action here in the Food Dive article.