Pentland Brands reported it has partnered with a UK-based software solutions provider to map its entire multi-brand, multi-tier supply chain—from the first tier to raw materials—across its global operations.
The provider will also help Pentland Brands track its suppliers’ sustainability progress and measure and manage compliance. The data captured on its platform will “help consumers with their buying decisions.”
Pentland’s move forward in transparency and traceability is reportedly part of its 100-1-0 sustainability strategy. The key is “collating and sharing with our brand teams and suppliers robust environmental and social data; helping to align the entire business behind our 100-1-0 goals,” the company said in a release.
Launched in November 2021 during COP26, the 100-1-0 strategy outlines three key goals to achieve by the company’s centenary year in 2032: “helping 100 million consumers live healthy active, sustainable lives, supporting one million people in our communities and reaching net zero.”
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