Ethical sourcing

"Yorkshire Tea, Twinings, and Tetley have all seen that being transparent about suppliers is worthwhile" ©AdobeStock
Tetley reveals tea supply chain
The service for Malaysian palm oil workers will run on SMS, Facebook Messenger and via a free phone number © Zuma Press/PA Images
Nestlé launches palm oil anti-slavery social media helpline
Soybean harvesting in Brazil has caused significant deforestation in recent years © Brazil 123RF
Asda makes deforestation pledge for soy supply chain
Beatrix Praeceptor, CPO at Mondi, speaking at the CIPS UK Conference
How Mondi used data to transform its ethical sourcing operation
In Madagascar it is difficult to verify the provenance of rosewood exports ©PYB/123RF
Why rosewood is known as 'blood timber'
Still from Google's video tour of electronics supplier Flex's China factory © Google
Google uses VR to show supplier transparency
A report accused Indofoods of employing child labourers, wage abuses and deforestation. ©Richard Carey /stock.adobe.com
Nestlé cuts ties with Indonesian palm oil supplier
A third of public sector clothing suppliers, including those for the military, have not yet published a modern slavery statement, said a report ©MoD/Crown copyright 2018
'Real risk' of slavery in government supply chains
Mars predicts 'end of commodities era'
Officials elected last month could have a real impact on the future of the palm oil industry ©Sipa USA/PA Images
Elections increase ethical risks of Indonesian palm oil
McDonald's promotes source and provenance to improve brand trust ©Alamy Stock Photo
Why promoting provenance makes sense
Saving on energy costs helps churches to manage limited funds ©Methodist Churches
Methodist Church case study: finding strength and power in unity