European Food and Drink Wholesalers and Sustainability

@inproceedings{Jones2017EuropeanFA,
  title={European Food and Drink Wholesalers and Sustainability},
  author={Peter Jones and Daphne Comfort and David J Hillier},
  year={2017}
}
PurposeThe aim of this paper is to review and reflect on the sustainability agendas and achievements reported by Europe’s leading food and drinks wholesalers. Design/Methodology/ApproachThe paper begins with a short introduction to corporate sustainability, sustainability reporting and food and drinks wholesaling within Europe and the empirical material for the paper is drawn from reports and information posted on the leading food and drinks wholesalers’ corporate websites. FindingsThere are… 

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