Are fizzy drinks firms getting greener?

Are fizzy drinks firms getting greener?
As sugar packed Sunny D pledges to go zero waste are fizzy drinks firms getting greener?
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This weekly round-up details how businesses are ramping up their ambitions and actions across all areas of sustainable development As part of our Mission Possible campaign, edie brings you this weekly round-up of five of the best sustainability success stories of the week from across the globe.
More than 350 companies have pledged to set approved science-based targets within the next two yearsRalph Lauren has vowed to pledge to source 100% renewable electricity for its operations by the end of 2019, before setting approved science-based emissions targets in 2020.
The move builds on Costa's Food Surplus Policy, which enables store managers to make donations directly to local charities on demand Coffee chain Costa has become the latest company to sign the Department for Food, Environment and Rural Affairs' (Defra) 'Step up to the Plate' pledge, which commits signatories to halving their food waste output by 2030.
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