Webinar G food processing sector supplement 1 december 2010

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Webinar G food processing sector supplement 1 december 2010

  1. 1. GRI Food Processing Sector supplement Webinar by Maaike Fleur GRI Sector Supplement Manager guidelines@globalreporting.org Venue, Date And: Koen Boone – LEI Consultant to FPSS developmentGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  2. 2. Content• Global Reporting Initiative• Sustainability Reporting in the Food Processing sector• GRI Food Processing Sector Supplement: scope & content• How to start using the supplement?• Watch the webinarGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  3. 3. Global Reporting Initiative• GRI Sustainability Reporting Framework• GRI Secretariat• GRI Organizational Stakeholders (OS)• GRI Governance BodiesGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  4. 4. GRI Sustainability Reporting Guidelines• World’s most widely-used sustainability reporting framework• Designed to be used by organizations of all sizes and types, across sectors and regions• Developed by international, multi- stakeholder consensus based approachGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  5. 5. What you can not measure, you cannot manage. What you can not manage, you cannot change!GRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  6. 6. Sustainability Reporting Process: Benefits“Internal” Benefits for Organizations1. Develop a vision & strategy on sustainability2. Improve management systems3. Identify strengths & weaknesses4. Attract & motivate the staff5. Connect departments & promote innovation6. Source of competitive advantage & become a “market leader”7. Attract investors“External” Benefits for Organizations1. Enhances reputation, trust and respect2. Improves transparency and dialogue with stakeholders3. Demonstrates commitment to sustainability4. Enables comparability and benchmarking GRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  7. 7. Toys Traced GRI Reports Tobacco Universities Railroad Waste Management Textiles & Apparel Healthcare Services Computers Equipment Tourism/Leisure in 2009 by sector Media Commercial Services AgricultureHousehold & Personal Products Water Utilities Forest & Paper Products Automotive Construction Materials Real Estate Total number of traced reports = 1390 Consumer Durables Aviation Metals Products Public Agency Non-Profit/Services Healthcare Products Technology Hardware Chemicals Conglomerates Retailers Construction Logistics Telecommunications Mining Food & Beverage products Energy Utilities Energy Other Financial Services 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 All statistics refer to reports registered on the GRI Reports List
  8. 8. Traced GRI reports in the Food Processing sector * by year 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 76 68 30 56 20 31 10 20 21 2 14 6 9 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010* Including BreweriesAll statistics refer to reports registered on the GRI Reports List,as of date 25 November 2010
  9. 9. GRI reports in the Food Processing sector by region 2009 2010 n= 68 n=76 Asia Asia 15% Africa 12% Africa 0% 0% Oceania 0% Oceania 7% Europe Northern 49% America 16% Europe 59%Northern America 19% Latin America 13% Latin America 10% All numbers refer to reports registered on the GRI Reports List, as of date 25 November 2010
  10. 10. GRI reports in the Food Processing sector by GRI Application level 2009 2010 n= 68 n=76 A A 7% A+ Undeclared 10% 6% 21% A+ Undeclared 4% 28% C+ B 3% 23% B 26% C+ 9% C 24% C B+ 15% 12% B+ 12%All numbers refer to reports registered on the GRI Reports List,as of date 25 November 2010
  11. 11. GRI reports in the Food Processingsector by GRI Application level status 2009 2010 n= 68 n=76 GRI-checked Undeclared Undeclared 22% 21% 28% GRI-checked 32% Third-party- checked 12% Third-party- checked 15% Self-declared 35% Self-declared 35% All numbers refer to reports registered on the GRI Reports List, as of date 25 November 2010
  12. 12. What is the Supplement?Sector-specific sustainability reportingguidance for the Food Processing sector,integrated into the GRI G3 Guidelines.Consisting of sector-specific: – Introductory section – Commentary on existing G3 Guidelines content – New disclosures on management approach and performance indicators, and associated indicator protocolsGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  13. 13. Why develop a Supplement for sectors?• Sector-specific themes not (sufficiently) covered in the G3 Guidelines• Potential for lifting sustainability performanceGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  14. 14. Scope of the SupplementAimed at:– Food processing companies– Commodity trading related to food processing– Fish processing companies– Beverage companiesParts of Supplement applicable for:– Companies producing alcohol, tobacco and timber, food retailers or delivering inputs to farmers like pesticides and fertilizersGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  15. 15. Topics included in sector Supplement• Sourcing• Labor/Management Relations• Lobbying, subsidies• Healthy and Affordable Food• Food Safety• Health and Food• Labeling and marketing• Animal WelfareGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  16. 16. Indicators - Sourcing• Sourcing management approach – Policy, goals, performance, purchasing decision making, responsibility, training – Materiality assessment• % of purchased volume compliant with policy• % of purchased volume compliant with international standardsGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  17. 17. Indicators – Product responsibility• Percentage of production volume manufactured in sites certified on food safety• Percentage of consumer products that are – lowered in saturated fat, trans fats, sodium and added sugars – increased fiber, vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals and functional food additives• Policies and practices on communication to consumers about ingredients and nutritional information beyond legal requirementsGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  18. 18. Indicators – Society/labour• Financial and non financial (knowledge transfer, product development) contributions to: – Promotion of healthy lifestyles – Prevention of chronic disease and malnutrition – Access to healthy, nutritious and affordable food – Improve welfare for communities in need• Percentage of working time lost due to industrial disputes, strikes and/or lock-outs, by countryGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  19. 19. Indicators – Animal welfareManagement approach and 5 Indicators on:• Breeding and genetics• Animal husbandry – Physical alterations – Housing type – Antibiotic/hormone, etc.• Transportation, handling and slaughterGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  20. 20. Other material topics• Water, GHG, Biodiversity, labor/human rights practices, transport, packaging etc.: G3• Nutrients, pesticides, fair trade, purchasing decision making etc.: Sourcing DMA*• Programs to assist farmers: Sourcing DMA*• Organic/fair trade production: Sourcing indicator “% international standards”* DMA: Disclosure on Management ApproachGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  21. 21. Who developed this?A multi-stakeholder geographically diverse GRI Working Group:• Allianz Global Investors • International Union for Conservation of• Archer Daniels Midland Nature (IUCN)• Bunge Brazil • Nestlé• Compassion in World Farming (CIWF) • New York University (NYU)• Danisco • Punjab Education Sector Reform• FNV Bondgenoten Program (PESRP)• Green Mountain Coffee Roasters • Société Générale de Surveillance (SGS)• Interface Trading • Tyson Foods• International Fair Trade Association • Wilmar (IFAT) • World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF)• International Federation of • Young’s Seafood Limited/Findus Group Agricultural Producers (IFAP) GRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  22. 22. And how was it developed?• Developed in a 2 years process• By a multi-stakeholder Working Group through a consensus- seeking approach• 2 opportunities for public comment on the drafts• Seafood Workshops inviting feedback• GRI Governance BodiesGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  23. 23. G3 Map Content Strategy and Analysis Quality Organizational Profile Principles Report parameters Boundary Governance, Disclosure Commitments and Items Engagements Standard Disclosures Disclosure on Management Approach and Performance Indicators Labor Human Rights Economic Environmental Social Society Product ResponsibilityGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  24. 24. Materiality PrincipleGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  25. 25. GRI Application level tableGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  26. 26. How to implement using the Supplement?• Study the Supplement• Look at reporting experience of other reporters• GRI training partners• GRI certified software tools• Level C reporting template• GRI Learning publicationsGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  27. 27. Visit the Food Processing Sector Supplement on GRI’s webpageGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  28. 28. How to become part of the GRI network?• Become an Organization Stakeholder, get rights to vote, participate in projects and get discounts!• Read the newsletter!• Use the Guidelines, get publications, get a training or organize a awareness workshop…• Visit GRI’s website: www.globalreporting.orgGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  29. 29. GRI Linked in - Food ProcessingGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010
  30. 30. Watch the webinar Streaming recording link: http://bit.ly/eaG7T4 Download recording link: http://bit.ly/gK4tQPGRI Webinar FPSS, 1 December 2010

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