Supply chain ESG reporting made easy
Tried & Supplied takes the time-consuming work of gathering and validating ESG data from your suppliers off your hands and enables you to quantify the impact of your supply chain down to individual product level as a percentage of your spend.
Reliable ESG data you can use for multiple purposes
The way we gather and maintain ESG data is not only simpler and less time-consuming for suppliers, but it also makes it easy for you to use the data for a variety of purposes:
- supporting your sales and marketing materials
- ensurance compliance with legislation such as the Green Claims Code
- applying for eco-accreditations
- producing a complete ESG report for investors, customers and employees
- setting realistic targets and tracking progress
- encouraging internal competition to drive progress
Slicing and dicing the data to maximise insights for your business
All we need to get started is an export of your purchase data. This enables us to map your purchases to the ESG data we have on your suppliers, gather and validate any additional ESG data required, and then we can slice and dice the resulting impact data according to the way your business is structured to produce maximum insight for your business.
Reporting on local sourcing
With our reports you can become more precise about what you mean when you say local sourcing and may be able to improve on your existing claims for specific sites.
Track progress to your goals by site or brand
Whether your goals are to increase the percentage of your spend on organic products, products with 100% recyclable packaging, or simply the percentage of meat to vegetables for plant-based menus, our reports can help you track progress and foster internal competition between sites or brands.
A focus on fish – understanding how to set ESG targets
When we start working with you, we will help benchmark where your supply chain is at currently from an ESG perspective and suggest potential targets for you to work towards. In this example for fish we could pick out the following:
- None of the fish sourced is on the ICUN Endangered Species list.
- 89% of the fish sourced is farmed while 10% is wild.
- Of the farmed fish 5% is not necessarily from ASC farms. Consider making it a target to tackle this 5% and ensure that 100% of farmed fish is ASC accredited.
- All wild and farmed fish were in line with the MCS Good Fish Guide 1-3 options, but none were MSC accredited. Consider making this a target for certain species, as well as reviewing the species bought to reduce pressure on over-fished species.