Our Work with Marks and Spencer
By 2012, to source six vulnerable raw materials from sources that do not contribute to deforestation (palm oil, soy, cocoa, beef, leather and coffee). (Source: Marks & Spencer)
By 2012, 100% of wood products to be responsibly sourced, meaning that they are recycled, certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) or from other sources that protect forests and communities. (Source: Marks & Spencer)
In 2009, Rainforest Alliance assisted Marks & Spencer in the definition of their Plan A target for timber, and in 2010 and 2011, Marks & Spencer and the Rainforest Alliance worked together to ensure its effective implementation. (Source: Rainforest Alliance)
100% of coffee served at its cafes is from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ farms. (Source: Rainforest Alliance).
From 2013-2014, 96% of the wood-based materials used by Marks & Spencer were Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified, recycled or from sources that protect forests and communities, up from 88% the previous year. Marks & Spencer has set a new, longer target date for this commitment to allow for more time to resolve the “tail end” of their sourcing. (Source: Marks and Spencer)