Unilever tops Oxfam scorecard

2 Apr 2015

Oxfam has published its most recent scorecard which analyses publicly available information on the agricultural sourcing policies of the top ten food and beverage companies, scoring them on transparency, women, workers, farmers, land, water, and climate. On this occasion, Unilever narrowly beats Nestlé, with the other companies trailing some way behind. Marks are out of […]

Unilever tops Oxfam scorecard

http://www.dreamstime.com/stock-photography-eco-sustainability-recycle-concept-image16668872Oxfam has published its most recent scorecard which analyses publicly available information on the agricultural sourcing policies of the top ten food and beverage companies, scoring them on transparency, women, workers, farmers, land, water, and climate.

On this occasion, Unilever narrowly beats Nestlé, with the other companies trailing some way behind.

Marks are out of 70:

Unilever:                             50

Nestlé:                                 48

CocaCola:                            38

PepsiCo:                              30

Mars:                                    28

Mondelez:                           26

Kellogg’s:                             24

Danone:                               22

General Mills:                     22

ABF:                                      21

Oxfam scored Unilever as “very good” on its policies on farmers, workers and climate, with CocaCola and Nestlé rated similarly on land, and Nestlé  rated highly on climate. Danone received a “very poor” for its policies on women.