RTRS strengthens its membership with eight new organisations
One of the key priorities of the “Beyond 2020” RTRS Strategy | 2021 – 2026”, launched last year, is that RTRS will strengthen its membership base. This means that the Association will keep engaging stakeholders and providing the soy sector valuable propositions.
In the first half of 2022 RTRS welcomed eight new organisations from the Industry, Trade and Finance (ITF) constituency that joined to collaborate in our round table, make and participate in major joint decisions to create better conditions for the responsible production of soy worldwide.
The new members are Abbelen Gmbh and Kaufland Stiftung & Co. KG from Germany, Arcos Dorados Holdings Inc. from Uruguay, Camilo Ferrón Chile S.A. from Chile, DLG from Denmark, McCormick & Company, Inc from the United States of America, Nutri-Potential Biotechnology Co., Ltd from Taiwan and Nuveen Natural Capital – Latam from Brazil.
Today, being a RTRS member means taking part in an increasingly challenging and demanding sectorial agenda, where shared responsibility and innovation is key. With that in mind, RTRS celebrates the addition of these new members that decided to join to become more sustainable and commit to a responsible soy value chain.