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First of all! How I eat from Stop and Shop #organic #green #food.
So Stop & Shop will be planting trees in local communities. All across its footprint to celebrate the program’s kickoff. Founded by a team of loyalty and rewards experts. That’s because GreenPrint created the first reduced emissions programs. Thereby enabling companies to enhance their existing offerings on a per transaction basis.
In addition, GreenPrint has built relationships with more than 2,000 nonprofits across the world. For it also makes investments in over 20 certified carbon offset and renewable energy projects. Follow GreenPrint on LinkedIn.
Their efforts to ensure greater transparency fall into four key areas:
Empower Customers to Shop Based on Environmental and Social Impact:
We will enhance the information provided about products including where it comes from as well as highlight sustainable product qualities online such as minimally processed, fair labor and climate friendly. So HowGood®, analyzes each ingredient. All against environmental and social criteria. That’s including farming practices. I mean the treatment of animals, labor conditions and chemical use.
GMO labeling option to make it easier for customers. All to understand what is included in the products they love. Especially store brand products. I mean those that will have clear on-pack Bioengineered Food disclosure. I mean well ahead of the Federal Bioengineered labeling.
Ensuring Ethical & Just Supply Chains:
They will ensure social compliance. Moreover maintain a robust animal welfare policy and uphold our human rights policy. All to capture our already deeply held beliefs. Especially all people involved in the food supply chain. That should be treated fairly, justly and also with respect.
Conserving & Regenerating Natural Resources
They will continue to source a wide array of certified sustainable products. For that’s including key commodities. I mean seafood, coffee, cocoa, tea, palm oil (ugh) soy and wood. For that’s as well as promoting regenerative agriculture
Advancing Circular & Safe Products/Packaging
Maintaining a robust sustainable chemistry policy and move toward 100 percent sustainable plastic packaging. As a subsidiary of Ahold Delhaize, Stop & Shop are signatories to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. One that the New Plastics Economy Global Commitment to Eliminate problematic or unnecessary plastic packaging. Especially move from single-use to reuse packaging models.
100% of the seafood sold from our service counters is sustainably and responsibly sourced. On top of that 100% of our Nature’s Promise and Stop & Shop seafood items are sustainably sourced—including frozen shrimp and canned tuna.
In conclusion, we are always looking for ways to be environmentally and socially responsible. Finally, this means sourcing products that meet strict standards. That’s including better farming methods and treatment of workers. Look for the Rainforest Alliance Certified™, Fair Trade or UTZ certified logos. All to help support these social and also environmental practices.
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