Oxfam’s agribusiness scorecard is a benchmarking tool that measures global agribusinesses’ policies and implementation plans on five issue areas: women’s economic empowerment, land, climate change, small-scale producers, and transparency and accountability. Oxfam selected seven companies – Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), Barry Callebaut, Bunge, Cargill, Louis Dreyfus Company, Olam Group and Wilmar International.
The scorecard measures each of these companies’ awareness, action and advocacy by looking at their policies, implementation plans and public statements. This report discusses the findings from the third agribusiness scorecard, comparing results from 2018, 2020 and 2022. It examines where some of the largest and most important global agribusinesses stand. Within each issue area, the report highlights notable policy developments and current issues, and lists recommendations for these global agribusinesses, downstream companies and investors.
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