Due diligence on forest risk commodities
The government is consulting on proposals to make it illegal for businesses to use, either in production or trade within the UK, forest risk commodities that have not been produced in accordance with relevant laws in the country where they are grown.The aim is to prevent forests and other important natural areas from being illegally converted into agricultural land. The commodities include those embedded within products such as beef, cocoa, leat
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