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Unilever is using geolocation data and satellite imagery to check for deforestation in its supply chain – CNBC

Unilever is using geolocation data and satellite imagery to check for deforestation in its supply chain – CNBC
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In this piece highlighting the technologies that support first-mile transparency and impact, CNBC discusses our partnership with the Princes Group and their Napolina brand to bring this to the shoppers at the point of sale.

"Napolina wanted to communicate information and reassure shoppers about its canned tomatoes, especially in light of investigations into exploitation of migrant agriculture workers in Italy. It has worked with Provenance to provide QR codes on cans linking to sourcing details and the product’s journey from farming co-operative to grocery store." – CNBC

Read the full article on CNBC.

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