In 2019, the amfori Board identified transparency as one of the strategic objectives for the organisation.
This Presidency will be characterised by the responsibility to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.
This agreement stems from both organisations’ commitment to drive social sustainability in food and agricultural supply chains.
amfori is the leading global business association for open and sustainable trade, we bring together over 2,400 retailers, importers, brands and associations from more than 40 countries.
Join the upcoming webinar ‘Is the shift to plant-based materials in textile a sustainable solution for forests?’ This webinar is a side session to the OECD forum on Due Diligence in the Garment and Footwear Sector.
Join us in a special webinar, with a focus on Indian business that will focus on the business case for promoting gender equality, as well as providing insights on the Women Empowerment Principles.
This event will bring together the Indo-German business community and partnerships in sustainable trade and make available a platform for businesses to navigate the implementation of business and human rights.
audits and self-assessments conducted
courses completed through the amfori Academy
In this document, amfori will focus on the main environmental hotspots in the fish farming stage and then in the processing stage of the aquaculture supply chain.
Aquaculture, the farming of aquatic organisms, is a fast-growing industry. It is acknowledged as a key provider of ecosystem services as an alternative to over-fishing in the oceans, benefits to society as a major source of proteins for the global population and as a leading job provider in the food sector.