ADM Reveals Policy to Protect Forests, Biodiversity and Communities

ADM announces their new commitment to a sustainable and ethical production process through a policy to protect forests, biodiversity and communities. ADM, a renowned Chicago-based company, is committed to sourcing ingredients for some of the largest companies, including PepsiCo, in a sustainable fashion. 

In an effort to advance collective action against climate change and unsustainable practices, AMD will work on developing a high level of traceability of all of its sourcing. Their first deadline is 2022, to achieve complete traceability of their soy supply chain which extends from Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina. These goals will align with their research into modifying their process to advance sustainable development and food security. Additional development will go into entirely eliminating deforestation from their supply chains by 2030. 

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