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Johnson & Johnson Demands Stronger Sustainability And Human Rights Commitment From Suppliers

May 4, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Johnson & Johnson said it plans to expand its sustainability and corporate social responsibility efforts. According to the company's 2012 Citizenship & Sustainability report, it aims to establish sustainability criteria and strengthen its human rights policies in dealing with its suppliers. With an annual spend of $30 billion on manufacturing supplies, Johnson & Johnson said 41 percent of its strategic suppliers had at least two sustainability goals as of December 2012. Also, 76 percent of purchasing professionals have been trained on human rights by the end of 2012, the report says.
Helen Gilbert, "Johnson & Johnson to boost sustainability", Supply Management , May 04, 2013, © Redactive Media Group
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