Unilever to ensure every worker in its supply chain gets a living wage

Last Modified: Wed Feb 03 2021 06:50:08 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 2030
    The year by when Unilever has promised that every worker who provides it with goods and services will earn a living wage, even if it costs the company more.
  • 65,000
    Number of direct suppliers and several thousand agricultural businesses the living wage initiative will extend to based on what chief procurement officer David Ingram told CNN Business.
  • 1.5 million
    Number of farmers that are part of Unilever's supply chain, according to its website.
  • €2 billion
    Annual spend that the company has also pledged to spend annually by 2025 with suppliers owned and managed by people from under-represented groups, including women and Black people, up from €300 million ($363 million) currently.