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  • Sustainability Management in the Food and Drink Manufacturing Industry 2010-2012: Market Opportunities, Food and Drink Manufacturing Industry Buyer Demand, Post Recession Dynamics and Business Trends Forecast Summary Sustainability Management in the Food and Drink Manufacturing Industry 2010-2012: Market Opportunities, Food and Drink Manufacturing Industry Buyer Demand, Post Recession Dynamics and Business Trends Forecast” is a new report in association with Food Business Review that analyzes how food and drink manufacturing companies perceive sustainability; specific procurement strategies and practices being undertaken; how sustainability initiatives have been affected by the economic downturn; and what actions are being taken to minimize its negative effects. This report also examines category-level spending outlooks; sustainable procurement budgets; supplier selection criteria; competitive structure developments; the principal challenges associated with the implementation of sustainability practices; market- specific growth opportunities; and the investment opportunities available for leading purchase decision makers. In addition, this report explores both buyer and supplier expectations of profitability as the industry progresses into 2011, and reveals the stakeholders responsible for sustainability-related decisions. Scope • The report is based on primary survey research conducted by accessing its B2B panels comprised of senior purchase decision makers and leading supplier organizations • Opinions and forward looking statements on sustainability management of over 129 industry executives are captured in our in-depth survey, of which 70% represent Directors, C-levels & Departmental Heads • Analysis of buyer spend on sustainability, sustainable procurement practices and post recession industry developments • Key topics include category-level sustainability spending outlooks, market-specific growth opportunities, available investment opportunities and the principal challenges associated with the implementation of sustainability practices • In the report buyers identify sustainability measures suppliers should undertake to maintain their business, along with their sustainable procurement budgets • The geographical scope of the research is global – drawing on the activity and expectations of leading industry players across the Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Africa & Middle East Reasons To Buy • Drive revenues by understanding future sustainable product investment areas and growth regions by leading industry players • Formulate effective sales & marketing strategies by identifying how buyer sustainability budgets are changing and where spend will be directed to in the future • Better promote your business by aligning your capabilities and business practices with your customers’ changing sustainability needs during these times of market uncertainty • Secure stronger customer relationships by understanding the leading business concerns and changing strategies of buyers • Uncover the business outlook, key sustainability challenges and opportunities identified by suppliers and buyers in the industry
  • Key Highlights • Cost savings, managing corporate reputation and attracting new customers are major drivers influencing sustainability efforts in the food and drinks industry. • Post recession some 73% of industry players are looking to increase their sustainability budget over the next 12 months, with only 27% looking to decrease it. • More than 60% of companies in the food and drinks industry are collaborating with suppliers, professional bodies / trade associations and customers to achieve sustainable supply chain objectives. Table of Contents : Chapter 1: Executive Summary Chapter 2: Introduction Heading: Profile Of Survey Respondents Chapter 3: Sustainability In The Food and Drinks Industry Heading: What sustainability means to the food and drinks industry Heading: Leaders of sustainability in the food and drinks industry Heading: Implementation of sustainability practices in the food and drinks industry Heading: The drivers of sustainability in the food and drinks industry Chapter 4: How The Economic Downturn Has Affected Sustainability Initiatives In The Food and Drinks Industry Heading: The importance of sustainability after the recession Heading: Post recession spending trends Heading: Post recession modifications to sustainability initiatives Heading: Leading concerns in the effective implementation of sustainable practices Chapter 5: Demand For Sustainability In 2010-2012 Heading: How sustainability initiatives will impact future profitability Heading: Customer demand for sustainable products and services: regional growth forecasts Heading: Predictions of customer spend on sustainability Heading: Customer acceptance of green initiatives Heading: Important attributes of sustainable development in the value chain Chapter 6: Food and Drinks Industry Sustainable Procurement Dynamics Heading: Critical sustainability factors for supplier selection Heading: Leading collaborators for achieving sustainable procurement Heading: Leading challenges in achieving sustainable procurement Chapter 7: Food and drinks Industry Buyer Spend Activity Heading: Annual procurement budgets: 2010-2011 Heading: Sustainability budgets in the food and drinks industry: 2010-2011 Heading: Level of sustainable procurement by product and service category Chapter 8: Appendix List of Tables Table 1: Count of global food and drinks industry survey respondents by company type (number of respondents), 2010 industry survey Table 2: Buyer respondents by organization’s global company turnover (% buyer respondents),
  • global food and drinks industry, 2010 Table 3: Count of global food and drinks industry survey respondents by company type (number of respondents), 2010 industry survey Table 4: Buyer respondents by organization’s total employee size (% buyer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010 Table 5: Buyer respondents by region (% buyer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010 Table 6: Supplier respondents by job role (% supplier respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010 Table 7: Supplier respondents by organization’s global company turnover (% supplier respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010 Table 8: Supplier respondents by organization's total employee size (% supplier respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010 Table 9: Supplier respondents by region (% supplier respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010 Table 10: Food manufacturer: perceptions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry (% food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 11: Food manufacturer: perceptions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry (% food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 12: Food manufacturer: perceptions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry (% food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 13: Perceptions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry (% food and drinks industry supplier respondents), 2010-2011 Table 14: Perceptions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry by company turnover: (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Table 15: Regional Variations: Perceptions Of Sustainability In The Global Food And Drinks Industry (% All Respondents), 2010-2011 Table 16: Perceptions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry by senior vs junior level respondents (% CEO/MD/VP/SVP/HoD/Director) vs (% Manager/Professional staff/staff) level respondents, 2010-2011 Table 17: Champions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer vs. food and drinks industry supplier (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Table 18: Champions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry by region: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, rest of the world (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Table 19: Champions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry by company turnover (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Table 20: Food manufacturer: level of implementation of sustainability practices in the global food and drinks industry (% food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 21: Drinks manufacturer: level of implementation of sustainability practices in the global food and drinks industry (% drinks manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 22: Level of implementation of sustainability practices in the global food and drinks industry: (% food and drinks industry supplier respondents), 2010-2011 Table 23: Drivers of sustainability practices in the global food and drinks industry: buyer vs. supplier comparison (all respondents), 2010-2011 Table 24: Drivers of sustainability practices in the global food and drinks industry: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer vs. food and drinks industry supplier (all respondents),
  • 2010-2011 Table 25: Global food and drinks industry: the importance of sustainability after recession (% food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 26: Global food and drinks industry: the importance of sustainability after recession (% drinks manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 27: Food and drinks industry supplier: the importance of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry after recession (% food and drinks industry supplier respondents), 2010-2011 Table 28: Regional variations: global food and drinks industry: the importance of sustainability after recession (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Table 29: Variations by company turnover: global food and drinks industry: the importance of sustainability after recession (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Table 30: Global food and drinks industry: senior level responses on the importance of sustainability after recession (% CEO/MD/VP/SVP/HoD/Director level respondents), 2010-2011 Table 31: Global food and drinks industry: post recession spending trends in sustainability: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 32: Global food and drinks industry: post recession spending trends in sustainability: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer: all 'increase' / all 'decrease' / all 'no change' responses (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 33: Global food and drinks industry: post recession spending trends in sustainability: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer: all 'increase' / all 'decrease' / all 'no change' responses (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 34: Regional variations in the global food and drinks industry: post recession spending trends in sustainability (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Table 35: Variations by company turnover in the global food and drinks industry: post recession spending trends in sustainability (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Table 36: Variations by employee size in the global food and drinks industry: post recession spending trends in sustainability (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Table 37: Post recession spending trends of companies who assign importance to sustainability after recession, global food and drinks industry (% all respondents expecting increase in budget), 2010-2011 Table 38: Regional variations in the global food and drinks industry: post recession spending trends of companies who assign importance to sustainability after recession (% all respondents expecting increase in budget), 2010-2011 Table 39: How sustainability initiatives have changed in the global food and drinks industry (% food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 40: How sustainability initiatives have changed in the global food and drinks industry (% drinks manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 41: Food and drinks industry supplier: how sustainability initiatives have changed in the global food and drinks industry (% food and drinks industry supplier respondents), 2010-2011 Table 42: Global food and drinks industry: leading concerns in the effective implementation of sustainable practices: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% buyer respondents), 2010- 2011 Table 43: Global food and drinks industry: leading concerns in the effective implementation of sustainable practices: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% buyer respondents), 2010- 2011 Table 44: Global food and drinks industry: post recession spending trends in sustainability: buyer
  • vs. supplier comparison (% all respondents) Table 45: Global food and drinks industry: leading concerns in the effective implementation of sustainable practices: regional variations (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Table 46: Global food and drinks industry: leading concerns in the effective implementation of sustainable practices: variations by company turnover(% all respondents), 2010-2011 Table 47: How sustainability initiatives will impact future profitability in the global food and drinks industry: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% all buyer respondents), 2010- 2012 Table 48: How sustainability initiatives will impact future profitability in the global food and drinks industry: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% all buyer respondents), 2010- 2012 Table 49: Regional variations of how sustainability initiatives will impact future profitability in the global food and drinks industry (% all respondents), 2010-2012 Table 50: How sustainability initiatives will impact future profitability in the global food and drinks industry by company turnover (% all respondents), 2010-2012 Table 51: How sustainability initiatives will impact future profitability in the global food and drinks industry by employee size (% all respondents), 2010-2012 Table 52: Food manufacturer: forecast growth in customer demand for sustainability by country (food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2012 Table 53: Food manufacturer: forecast growth in customer demand for sustainability by country (food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2012 Table 54: Food and drinks industry supplier: forecast growth in customer demand for sustainability by country (food and drinks industry supplier respondents), 2010-2012 Table 55: Predictions of customer spend on sustainability in the global food and drinks industry (% food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 56: Predictions of customer spend on sustainability in the global food and drinks industry (% drinks manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 57: Predictions of customer spend on sustainability in the global food and drinks industry (% food and drinks industry supplier respondents), 2010-2011 Table 58: Predictions of customer spend on sustainability in the global food and drinks industry by senior level respondents (% of CEO/MD/VP/SVP/HoD/Director level respondents), 2010- 2011 Table 59: Anticipated level of customer acceptance of green initiatives in the global food and drinks industry: (% of all respondents), 2010-2011 Table 60: Buyer vs. supplier comparison: anticipated level of customer acceptance of green initiatives in the global food and drinks industry (% of all respondents), 2010-2011 Table 61: Senior level respondents: anticipated level of customer acceptance of green initiatives in the global food and drinks industry (% of CEO/MD/VP/SVP/HoD/director level respondents), 2010-2012 Table 62: Food manufacturer: important attributes of sustainable development in the value chain, global food and drinks industry (% food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 63: Drinks manufacturer: important attributes of sustainable development in the value chain, global food and drinks industry (% drinks manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 64: Food and drinks industry supplier: important attributes of sustainable development in the value chain, global food and drinks industry (% food and drinks industry supplier respondents), 2010-2011
  • Table 65: Critical sustainability factors for supplier selection in the global food and drinks industry: food manufacturing company (% of food manufacturing company respondents), 2010- 2011 Table 66: Critical sustainability factors for supplier selection in the global food and drinks industry: drinks manufacturing company (% of drinks manufacturing company respondents), 2010-2011 Table 67: Critical sustainability factors for supplier selection in the global food and drinks industry by region: 'very important' and 'important' combined responses (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 68: Leading collaborators for achieving sustainable procurement in the global food and drinks: drinks manufacturer respondents (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 69: Global food and drinks industry: leading challenges in achieving sustainable procurement (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 70: Global food and drinks industry: leading challenges in achieving sustainable procurement: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 71: Global food and drinks industry: leading challenges in achieving sustainable procurement: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 72: Annual procurement budgets in US$ in the global food and drinks industry: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 73: Annual procurement budgets in US$ in the global food and drinks industry by region (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 74: Annual procurement budgets in US$ in the global food and drinks industry by company turnover (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Table 75: Earmarked budget for sustainable products and services (% all buyer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 Table 76: Earmarked budget for sustainable products and services: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% buyer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 Table 77: Regional variations in earmarked budget for sustainable products and services (% all buyer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 Table 78: Variations by company turnover in earmarked budget for sustainable products and services (% all buyer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 Table 79: Variations by procurement budget in earmarked budget for sustainable products and services (% all buyer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 Table 80: Earmarked budget for sustainable products and services by companies who consider substantial increase in profitability (% of all buyer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 Table 81: Level of sustainable procurement by product and service category (% food manufacturer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 Table 82: Level of sustainable procurement by product and service category (% food manufacturer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 Table 83: Full survey results – closed questions List of Figures Figure 1: Food manufacturer: perceptions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry (% food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 2: Drinks manufacturer: perceptions of sustainability in the global food and drinks
  • industry (% drinks manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 3: Perceptions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 4: Perceptions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry (% food and drinks industry supplier respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 5: Perceptions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry by company turnover: (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 6: Regional variations: perceptions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 7: Perceptions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry by senior vs junior level respondents (% CEO/ MD/ VP/ SVP/ HoD/ Director) vs (% manager/ professional staff/ staff) level respondents, 2010-2011 Figure 8: Champions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer vs. food and drinks industry supplier (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 9: Champions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry by region: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, rest of the world (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 10: Champions of sustainability in the global food and drinks industry by company turnover (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 11: Food manufacturer: level of implementation of sustainability practices in the global food and drinks industry (% food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 12: Drinks manufacturer: level of implementation of sustainability practices in the global food and drinks industry (% drinks manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 13: Level of implementation of sustainability practices in the global food and drinks industry: (% food and drinks industry supplier respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 14: Regional variations: level of implementation of sustainability practices in the global food and drinks industry (% 'in the process of implementing' and 'implemented' combined respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 15: Variations by company turnover: level of implementation of sustainability practices in the global food and drinks industry (% 'in the process of implementing' and 'implemented' respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 16: Drivers of sustainability practices in the global food and drinks industry: difference in views, buyers vs. suppliers (net difference in ranking), global, 2010 Figure 17: Drivers of sustainability practices in the global food and drinks industry: buyer vs. supplier comparison (all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 18: Drivers of sustainability practices in the global food and drinks industry: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer vs. food and drinks industry supplier (all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 19: Regional variations: high influence drivers of sustainability practices in the global food and drinks industry (% of all high influence respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 20: Regional variations: high influence drivers of sustainability practices in the global food and drinks industry (% of all high influence respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 21: Global food and drinks industry: the importance of sustainability after recession (% food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 22: Global food and drinks industry: the importance of sustainability after recession (% drinks manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 23: Food and drinks industry supplier: the importance of sustainability in the global food
  • and drinks industry after recession (% food and drinks industry supplier respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 24: Regional variations: global food and drinks industry: the importance of sustainability after recession (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 25: Variations by company turnover: global food and drinks industry: the importance of sustainability after recession (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 26: Global food and drinks industry: post recession spending trends in sustainability: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 27: Global food and drinks industry: post recession spending trends in sustainability: buyer vs. supplier comparison (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 28: Regional variations in the global food and drinks industry: post recession spending trends in sustainability (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 29: Variations by company turnover in the global food and drinks industry: post recession spending trends in sustainability (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 30: Variations by employee size in the global food and drinks industry: post recession spending trends in sustainability (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 31: How sustainability initiatives have changed in the global food and drinks industry (% food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 32: How sustainability initiatives have changed in the global food and drinks industry (% drinks manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 33: Food and drinks industry supplier: how sustainability initiatives have changed in the global food and drinks industry (% food and drinks industry supplier respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 34: How sustainability initiatives have changed in the global food and drinks industry by region: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Rest Of The World ('in the process of implementing' and 'implemented' responses combined), 2010-2011 Figure 35: How sustainability initiatives have changed in the global food and drinks industry by company turnover: ('in the process of implementing' and 'implemented' responses combined), 2010-2011 Figure 36: Global food and drinks industry: leading concerns in the effective implementation of sustainable practices: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% buyer respondents), 2010- 2011 Figure 37: Global food and drinks industry: leading concerns in the effective implementation of sustainable practices: food and drinks industry supplier (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 38: Global food and drinks industry: post recession spending trends in sustainability: buyer vs. supplier comparison (% all respondents) Figure 39: Global food and drinks industry: leading concerns in the effective implementation of sustainable practices: regional variations (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 40: Global food and drinks industry: leading concerns in the effective implementation of sustainable practices: variations by company turnover(% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 41: How sustainability initiatives will impact future profitability in the global food and drinks industry: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% all buyer respondents), 2010- 2012 Figure 42: How sustainability initiatives will impact future profitability in the global food and drinks industry: buyers vs. suppliers (% all buyer respondents), 2010- 2012 Figure 43: Food manufacturer: forecast growth in customer demand for sustainability by country (food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2012 Figure 44: Drinks manufacturer: forecast growth in customer demand for sustainability by
  • country (drinks manufacturer respondents), 2010-2012 Figure 45: Food and drinks industry supplier: forecast growth in customer demand for sustainability by country (food and drinks industry supplier respondents), 2010-2012 Figure 46: Predictions of customer spend on sustainability in the global food and drinks industry (% food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 47: Predictions of customer spend on sustainability in the global food and drinks industry (% drinks manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 48: Predictions of customer spend on sustainability in the global food and drinks industry (% food and drinks industry supplier respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 49: Predictions of customer spend on sustainability in the global food and drinks industry by region (% of sum of 'a majority would be willing to pay more' and 'a majority would be willing to switch products and pay more' respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 50: Predictions of customer spend on sustainability in the global food and drinks industry by company turnover (% of sum of 'a majority would be willing to pay more' and 'a majority would be willing to switch products and pay more' respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 51: Food manufacturer: important attributes of sustainable development in the value chain, global food and drinks industry (% food manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 52: Drinks manufacturer: important attributes of sustainable development in the value chain, global food and drinks industry (% drinks manufacturer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 53: Food and drinks industry supplier: important attributes of sustainable development in the value chain, global food and drinks industry (% food and drinks industry supplier respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 54: Regional variations: important attributes of sustainable development in the value chain, global food and drinks industry: sum of 'very important' and 'important' combined (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 55: Variations by company turnover: important attributes of sustainable development in the value chain, global food and drinks industry: sum of 'very important' and 'important' combined (% all respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 56: Critical sustainability factors for supplier selection in the global food and drinks industry: food manufacturing company (% of food manufacturing company respondents), 2010- 2011 Figure 57: Critical sustainability factors for supplier selection in the global food and drinks industry: drinks manufacturing company (% of drinks manufacturing company respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 58: Critical sustainability factors for supplier selection in the global food and drinks industry by company turnover: 'very important' and 'important' combined responses (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 59: Critical sustainability factors for supplier selection in the global food and drinks industry by employee size: 'very important' and 'important' combined responses (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 60: Critical sustainability factors for supplier selection in the global food and drinks industry by decision makers: 'very important' and 'important' combined responses (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 61: Leading collaborators for achieving sustainable procurement in the global food and drinks: food manufacturer respondents (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 62: Leading collaborators for achieving sustainable procurement in the global food and
  • drinks: food manufacturer respondents (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 63: Leading collaborators for achieving sustainable procurement in the global food and drinks: drinks manufacturer respondents (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 64: Regional variations: leading collaborators for achieving sustainable procurement in the global food and drinks: 'yes' responses (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 65: Company turnover variations: leading collaborators for achieving sustainable procurement in the global food and drinks: 'yes' responses (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 66: Global food and drinks industry: leading challenges in achieving sustainable procurement (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 67: Global food and drinks industry: leading challenges in achieving sustainable procurement: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 68: Global food and drinks industry: variations by company turnover: leading challenges in achieving sustainable procurement (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 69: Global food and drinks industry: variations by company turnover: leading challenges in achieving sustainable procurement (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 70: Global food and drinks industry: variations by employee size: leading challenges in achieving sustainable procurement (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 71: Annual procurement budgets in us$ in the global food and drinks industry (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 72: Annual procurement budgets in US$ in the global food and drinks industry: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 73: Annual procurement budgets in US$ in the global food and drinks industry by region (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 74: Annual procurement budgets in US$ in the global food and drinks industry by company turnover (% all buyer respondents), 2010-2011 Figure 75: Earmarked budget for sustainable products and services (% all buyer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 Figure 76: Earmarked budget for sustainable products and services: food manufacturer vs. drinks manufacturer (% buyer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 Figure 77: Variations by decision making authority in earmarked budget for sustainable products and services (% all buyer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 Figure 78: Earmarked budget for sustainable products and services by companies who consider cost savings as a major driver of sustainability (% of all buyer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 Figure 79: Level of sustainable procurement by product and service category (% food manufacturer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 Figure 80: Level of sustainable procurement by product and service category (% drinks manufacturer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 Figure 81: Level of sustainable procurement by product and service category by region (% of all buyer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 Figure 82: Level of sustainable procurement by product and service category by company turnover (% of all buyer respondents), global food and drinks industry, 2010-2011 For more information, please visit :http://www.aarkstore.com/reports/Sustainability- Management-in-the-Food-and-Drink-Manufacturing-Industry-2010-2012-Market-
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