/ With the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals on the Horizon, the European Food Sector appears under-prepared
Opinion Column - 15/03/2015
With the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals on the Horizon, the European Food Sector appears under-prepared
In the latest version of the new United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (replacing the Millennium Development Goals that expire this year), the "Promotion of Sustainable Agriculture" is set to be formalised in the scope of Goal Number 2.
In effect, these new Goals will place Food companies as a central component of the architecture that the UN is seeking to develop in order to build a more sustainable planet. Stakeholders’ expectations for food companies regarding sustainable agriculture are already high and following the launch of these new Goals at the end of 2015, these expectations are set to increase further. In this context, Vigeo’s latest review of the European Food Sector (published February 2015) raises points for attention.
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