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Disclosure

22 Mar 2022

Author:
Bunge

Bunge statement

Please find a response on behalf of the sustainability team:

Thank you for the opportunity to comment, and for the reminder.

Our highest priority and concern remains the safety of our people during this time. Local and global crisis teams are meeting regularly and continue to closely monitor the situation in Ukraine and its impact around the world. We continue to hope for a quick, peaceful resolution to the ongoing conflict.

As the situation in Ukraine and Russia continues to evolve, and as political conversations continue to shape global diplomacy and trade, we are not in a position to respond to these questions at this time.

Our approach to assessing and managing human rights in our supply chains is available in our latest sustainability report (link here). Further information will be provided in the upcoming report, expected in late April.

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