While sustainability has long been a priority for many natural products and food and beverage companies, what it actually means has evolved substantially over the years.

July 20, 2021

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The responsibility for natural products and food and beverage companies to be sustainable has become second nature. However, the question of how to truly be a sustainable company has transformed as new generations gain purchasing power, such as millennials. And with one in three millennials saying that they make purchases based on sustainability, a significant increase from Gen X and Baby Boomers, it's more important than ever to understand what it takes to raise the bar.

Download this white paper from Cargill to learn how consumers are continuing to shape the definition of sustainability from environmentally-friendly packaging to regenerative agriculture in the supply chain as companies look to create a better world through more responsible sustainable business practices.

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