Carrefour commits its suppliers to reduce its carbon emissions of products sold by 20 megatons in 2030

Mutual commitment targets suppliers included in the Food Transition Pact, through which the Carrefour Group and its partners aim to transform food systems with a focus on five key areas: responsible products, transparency, packaging, biodiversity and climate. At the same time, the Group developed an online platform with PepsiCo and...

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