Unilever’s Responsible Sourcing Policy includes a set of Mandatory Requirements which all its suppliers need to meet to be able to do business with Unilever. The RSP is instrumental in ensuring that Unilever delivers its business objectives while making a positive social impact on the lives of millions of people in its supply chains around the world and reducing its environmental impact.

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