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Soy Scorecards

Do you really know what’s behind the meat, eggs and cheese you eat?
Every year millions of tonnes of soybeans are used to feed animals reared for meat and dairy products. On average, European consumers eat 61kg of soy per year, most of it in the form of animal products like chicken, pork, beef and farmed fish as well as eggs, milk, cheese and yogurt.

Much soy is grown in South America, where too often it comes at the expense of amazing natural ecosystems such as the Amazon, Cerrado and Chaco - home to spectacular wildlife like jaguars, giant anteaters and maned wolves.

The Soy Scorecards assess European companies that use soy in animal feed or animal products to see where they stand on responsible soy.

Check out the results of the Soy Scorecards of 2016 and 2014.
	© Adriano Gambarini / WWF-Brazil
Aerial view of an unpaved road dividing a soy (Glycine max) monoculture from the native Cerrado, in the region of Ribeiro Gonçalves, Piauí, Brazil.
© Adriano Gambarini / WWF-Brazil

Soy Scorecard 2016

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Soy scorecard report 2016
WWF assessed 133 companies in 9 European countries on their use of responsible soy.
Criteria measured included transparency on total soy use, use of responsibly produced soy and efforts to remove deforestation from soy supply chains.

Scores, social media calls to action, individual company profiles, recommendations and more can be found on the Soy Scorecard 2016 Website

Tweet any company in the WWF Soy Scorecard 2016 and ask them to do better. 

Soy Report Card 2014

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WWF Soy Report Card 2014
The first in a series, the WWF Soy report Card 2014 shows that responsible soy is possible and some front-running companies are leading the way.
The WWF Soy Report Card 2014 assessed 88 European companies in 5 countries on the soy they use for animal feed and animal products. The scored companies include retailers, food service companies, consumer goods manufacturers and dairy, meat, egg and feed companies.

WWF intends to enlarge the scope to encompass more countries, companies and product lines in future editions.

► Check out how the companies performed.

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