Cargill cuts ties with palm oil supplier over sustainability concerns | Supply Chain Dive

Cargill has suspended business with a palm oil supplier in Guatemala over the supplier’s failure to meet standards of the corporation’s sustainability goals, a spokesperson for Cargill confirmed to Supply Chain Dive. The supplier, known as REPSA, was facing accusations of environmental and human rights violations, the Star Tribune reported. Cargill set goals in 2014 to achieve a 100% transparent and sustainable palm oil supply chain by 2020, according to the company’s website. Cargill has partnered with The

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