Sustainable Sourcing Guidelines

06/2022 | Guideline
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The SCP South South Project Team in Colombia has developed a guide to support the private sector to transition towards more sustainable practices covering the commodities palm oil, livestock, milk, cocoa and fisheries. The guidelines include sections on knowledge, compliance and disclosure of commitments, verification and certifications for each of the commodities and a detailed checklist for businesses to see whether their sourcing is in line with sustainability principles.

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