SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY

Building Trusted Partnerships
for Stronger Supply Chains

Disruption in tea and coffee supply chains is fast becoming the norm. In addition, the combined impacts of climate change and economic stress are placing increasing pressure on producers, which could threaten long-term supply and increases human rights risks.

Added to all this, the global regulatory landscape increasingly requires business to work collaboratively on improved supply chain due diligence, while global consumers are increasingly demanding that the products they buy are produced using demonstrable ethical credentials.

 

Our ambition is to achieve sustainable and ethical sourcing across tea, coffee, and extracts by 2030.

KEY OBJECTIVES

of tea and coffee traceable by 2025
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of tea and coffee suppliers approved under Finlays Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) program by 2025
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strategic suppliers managed through Supplier Relationship Management by 2030
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WHAT WE’RE DOING

LET’S WORK TOGETHER

We recognise the importance of collaboration when it comes to tackling the biggest issues facing our industry. 
If you are interested in learning more about Sustainable Future 2030, or opportunities for collaboration, please click the button below to contact our global sustainability team.