Asia Pacific Environmental & Social Impact Award

WINNER: NutriAsia

Entry Overview

“Heart-warming”, “compelling” and “innovative” were just some of the words judges used to describe NutriAsia’s entry. The FMCG company has formed closer partnerships with farmers to support local development, streamlined its supply chains to reduce emissions, and established initiatives to reduce, reuse and recycle more packaging – eliminating 5,500 tonnes of glass consumption and 1,100 tonnes of paper consumption annually. 

Press release

Official announcement of the Asia Pacific Procurement Awards 2023 winners and 
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Judges’ feedback

“Shows a commitment to deliver a positive difference in the lives of the community and marginalised sectors of society that embodies responsible procurement practices, sustainability and community empowerment.”

2023 Hall of Fame

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Asia Pacific Digital 
Impact Award

Vishal Gupta, 
Indosat Ooredoo 

Asia Pacific 
CPO of the Year 


Asia Pacific 
Environmental & Social 
Impact Award


Asia Pacific 
Solution Provider 


Ivalua Asia Pacific 
Excellence Award

HealthShare NSW

Asia Pacific Supplier 
Collaboration & 
Innovation Award

Micron Technology

Asia Pacific Risk & 
Resilience Award

Port of Tanjung

Asia Pacific 
Team Award

Category partner

The Royal Commission for AIUla
The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) was established to protect and safeguard AlUla, 
a region of outstanding natural and cultural significance in North‐West Saudi Arabia. The RCU is embarking on a long‐term master plan to develop and deliver a sensitive and sustainable transformation of the region. The RCU’s goal is to reaffirm AlUla as one of the country’s and region’s most important archaeological and cultural destinations, while preparing to welcome local and around the world visitors. The RCU’s development program in AlUla encompasses a broad range of initiatives across archaeology, tourism, culture, education and the arts. Outlined in Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 Plan, this project is reflecting the ambitious commitment to curate and foster tourism and leisure within the country.


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