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Unilever's Partnership Deal In South Africa Helps Reduce Need For Imported Sunflower Oil

May 6, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever's sunflower farming partnership in Limpopo Province, South Africa, is helping the consumer goods company meet 20 percent of its oil requirements in the country. Aside from helping reduce Unilever's reliance on imported sunflower oil, the company's partnership with Central Edible Oils Company and third-party verification company Control Union is helping it achieve its sustainability goals. Unilever also said that it is sourcing more than one-third of its agricultural raw materials sustainably, a significant progress in the company's goal of achieving 100 percent sustainability by 2020.
"Unilever partnership set to reduce imports of sunflower oil", Bizcommunity.com, May 06, 2013, © Bizcommunity.com
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