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how to crack air force exam Mondelez International, based in Deerfield, said Monday that it plans to expand its Harmony program, the company's sustainable wheat sourcing initiative, to cover 100 percent of its biscuit brands in the European Union by 2022, up from 60 percent of the company's biscuit production in the EU last year.
cara crack top eleven 2013 "European consumers increasingly equate high-quality products with sustainable production. They're aware of the impact of their food choices on the environment and have high expectations of manufacturers to take their share of responsibility," said Hubert Weber, executive vice president and president Europe. "As Europe's largest biscuit baker, we can play a role in tackling challenges like climate change and resource shortages by promoting sustainable farming practices and improving biodiversity in our supply chain. In doing so, we contribute to creating a fairer, more transparent and integrated supply chain, in which good quality for consumers means a good impact on farmers and society."
best callrecorder 1.07 keygen Today, the Harmony program involves 1,700 farmers, 13 millers and 21 cooperatives across six markets (Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Italy, Poland and Spain), producing 177,000 tons of wheat for the company's biscuit brands in 2017. That represents about three-quarters of Mondelez International's production of biscuits in Western Europe or 60 percent across EU for brands such as LU, Oro, LiGA and Fontaneda. Through the program expansion, annual production of wheat under the sustainable conditions set out by the Harmony charter would increase to over 280,000 tons by 2022. This would cover the volume of wheat needed to produce the company's entire European biscuit portfolio, adding brands such as belVita, Milka Biscuits and Barni.