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Retailers in 2011
Ahold
Retailers
Netherlands
6000
Better
8
Boots
Retailers
United Kingdom
500
Better
8
Coop Switzerland
Retailers
Switzerland
3250
Better
8
ICA
Retailers
Sweden
2700
Better
8
Marks & Spencer
Retailers
United Kingdom
6000
Better
8
Migros
Retailers
Switzerland
5500
Better
8
The Co-operative
Retailers
United Kingdom
4703
Better
8
Waitrose
Retailers
United Kingdom
2000
Better
8
Walmart
Retailers
USA
16000
Better
8
Axfood
Retailers
Sweden
850
Better
7
Carrefour
Retailers
France
30000
Better
6
IKEA
Retailers
Sweden
60000
Better
6
Morrisons
Retailers
United Kingdom
12860
Better
6
Sainsbury's
Retailers
United Kingdom
13500
Better
6
Tesco
Retailers
United Kingdom
24000
Better
6
Woolworths
Retailers
Australia
4418
Better
5
Casino
Retailers
France
2688
Better
4
Coles
Retailers
Australia
Range
Better
4
Delhaize Group
Retailers
Belgium
Range
Better
4
E.Leclerc
Retailers
France
7550
Better
4
Metcash
Retailers
Australia
Range
Better
4
S Group
Retailers
Finland
1490
Better
4
Coop Denmark
Retailers
Denmark
no disclosure
Better
3
Superunie
Retailers
Netherlands
no disclosure
Better
3
REMA 1000
Retailers
Denmark
no disclosure
Better
2
Auchan
Retailers
France
no disclosure
Better
1
Coop Sweden
Retailers
Sweden
no disclosure
Better
1
Kesko
Retailers
Finland
Range
Better
1
Super U
Retailers
France
5000
Better
1
Colruyt Group
Retailers
Belgium
no disclosure
Better
0
Dansk Supermarked
Retailers
Denmark
no disclosure
Better
0
Jumbo
Retailers
Netherlands
no disclosure
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Sector
  • Leading the way
  • Well on the path
  • Middle of the pack
  • Lagging behind
  • non-respondent

How did
do?

How did Retailers do?

54

companies assessed, 45 responded

41

are RSPO members

43

are buying certified sustainable palm oil

41

are buying 100% RSPO certified sustainable palm oil

Retailers made up 31% of all those assessed under the scorecard with a response rate of 83% which was the highest of any sector.

The average score for all retailers that participated in the survey was 12.9 with retailers scoring higher overall than other sectors. The top retailers, all scoring over 18 points were EDEKA, Kaufland, IKEA, Marks and Spencer, and ALDI South.

Of the 16 points available under the own supply chain section, respondent retailers scored and average of ten points. Retailers again outperformed on companies with commitments to purchase 100% RSPO CSPO with 85% having commitments and 80% with 2020 commitments.

A total of 577,254 tonnes of Palm Oil has been captured by the scorecard that is attributable to the retail sector, just 6% of the total captured under the scorecard. In line with overall trends, retailers did not perform as well in meeting commitments; 80% of retailers declared that they were using some RSPO but only just over half with a commitment were using 100% RSPO CSPO.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, given the large number of suppliers managed by retailers, only seven retail operators required suppliers to have a zero deforestation policy. This was by far the worst performing sector of all with only 13% meeting this criteria compared to the average at 27%. The retail sector performed similarly poorly with requiring traceability, with 15% requiring traceability to mills, and none requiring traceability to plantations. However, the fact that some of the retailers have made these commitments is an encouraging example that others in the sector can follow.

Retailers scored above average in terms of their commitments beyond their own supply chain with 44% of those assessed claiming to have some actions. 76% of retailers were members of the RSPO and 35% members of some other platform, again in line with across the board averages. Retailers also followed the average in terms of those investing in on the ground initiatives with just under a third reporting that they do so.

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