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New report – Standardisation and certification developments in the bioeconomy

Sustainability still remains a hot topic on the news agenda. It seems like not a day goes by that we don’t hear about plastic pollution, climate change or plant-based products. And, this ties into the fact that more and more consumers are willing to change their daily habits in order to have a more positive effect on the environment. These consumers want guarantees that the products they buy are truly sustainable and certifying these purchases can help to provide this extra assurance.

Companies should be able to substantiate claims made on their packaging to avoid any ambiguity and vagueness. This has led some companies to ask detailed questions about their product supply chains in order to obtain certification for their bio-based products and packaging.

In our latest report, the fifth in our series focused on the bioeconomy, we provide you with key expert views and insights into the latest developments in standardisation and certification.

Contributors include: Chart Biotech’s Sancha Salgueiro, sustainability consultant Melanie Williams, Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil’s Dr. Inke van der Sluijs and more, so download now!

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