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15 Apr 2015

General Mills

General Mills response

Sustainability is a business imperative and each year we make progress in areas that are most material to our business – from our 10x20 sustainable sourcing commitment, to our best-in-class watershed stewardship work, to our work with smallholder farms around the world. Our goal is to conserve and protect the natural resources and communities on which our business depends and to date, we’ve made great progress inside our operations and across our supply chain. However, we recognize that there is still much to be done and we are committed to doing it.

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