CSRD and the food value chain
What food and beverage companies need to know about the EU’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive?
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The Corporate sustainability reporting directive, or CSRD, is a new EU regulatory measure that dictates mandatory, standardized and digitized reporting on resource use and social metrics across the entire value chain as an integral part of the company’s annual management report.
For food and beverage (and other agriculture-reliant industries), this means reaching deep into the sources of their uniquely complex and globally distributed supply chains for data and visibility.
This eBook examines the specific impacts of the CSRD and accompanying European sustainability reporting standards (ESRS) articles on the food and beverage industries.
Our eBook examines the specific impacts of the CSRD and accompanying European sustainability reporting standards (ESRS) articles on the food and beverage industries:
“The market for sustainability information is rapidly growing, and the role of data providers is gaining in importance with the new obligations that investors and asset managers need to fulfill” – The European commission, amendment 5 to the CSRD