Sustainability Management in the Food and Drink Manufacturing Industry 2010-201214 Jan 2011 • by Natalie Aster
London – The report “Sustainability Management in the Food and Drink Manufacturing Industry 2010-2012: Market Opportunities, Food and Drink Manufacturing Industry Buyer Demand, Post Recession Dynamics ” by iCD Research analyzes how food and drink manufacturing companies perceive sustainability; specific procurement strategies and practices being undertaken; how sustainability initiatives have been affected by the economic downturn; and what actions are being taken to minimize its negative effects. The report also examines category-level spending outlooks; sustainable procurement budgets; supplier selection criteria; competitive structure developments; the principal challenges associated with the implementation of sustainability practices; market-specific growth opportunities; and the investment opportunities available for leading purchase decision makers. In addition, the report explores both buyer and supplier expectations of profitability as the industry progresses into 2011, and reveals the stakeholders responsible for sustainability-related decisions.
Published: November, 2010
Price: USD 2,000
Report Sample Abstract:
Drinks manufacturers consider sustainability to be of high importance. In order to foster a sustainable culture, the effective communication of company sustainability values and policy is required. Nestle acknowledges that consumer interest in sustainable sourcing of products has increased, and that a growing desire to purchase products that create value throughout the supply chain exists. In accordance with such consumer demand, Nestle produced the Cocoa Plan website, which is a source of information for customers reading the company‟s sustainable cocoa initiatives.
Predictions of customer expenditure on sustainability - by company turnover
Further analysis of expenditure indicates that companies with turnover of less than US$100 million expect „a brand renowned for its commitment to sustainable development‟, „products attached with health and nutritional benefits‟ and „greener products with a lower environmental impact‟ to experience the highest expenditure.
Similarly, companies with turnover between US$100 million and US$1 billion anticipate that „products attached with health and nutritional benefits‟, „products generated from organic farming‟ and greener products with a lower environmental impact‟ will experience greater expenditure.
Companies with turnover of US$1 billion or more anticipate that „greener products with a lower environmental impact‟, „a brand renowned for its commitment to sustainable development‟ and „ethical sourcing‟ will experience increased customer expenditure.
More information can be found in the report “Sustainability Management in the Food and Drink Manufacturing Industry 2010-2012: Market Opportunities, Food and Drink Manufacturing Industry Buyer Demand, Post Recession Dynamics ” by iCD Research .
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