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IMPACT

SHOWING UP FOR THE PLANET

Changemaking is key. Over the years, we’ve become a sustainability leader in our industry, and in one of the most climate-friendly regions in the nation. We hope others join us.

When it comes to sustainability, we fund and work for what’s right. Comprehensive, company-wide processes are in place for preventing food waste, reducing single-use packaging, mitigating climate change, and much more. We’re committed to strong local partnerships with mission-driven partners to build a more resilient and sustainable food system.

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Waste Reduction

Waste reduction is part of our DNA and a consistent focus as we strive to reduce our waste to landfills, mitigate and divert food waste, and create more opportunities for recycling.

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Climate Action

As a company founded with a mission to support sustainable food systems, we believe it is our responsibility to the local community to reduce our emissions.

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Engagement

We advocate for government policy changes that benefit all, and partner with local producers, farmers, ranchers, and non-profits in building a more sustainable food system.

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Recyclable materials such as #1 clamshell berry containers and plastic overwrap.

Bring Us Your Hard-to-Recycle Materials

We got you! We offer in-store customer recycling for all sorts of items that can’t be recycled curbside. Accepted materials include plastic film, PakTech handles and clear #1 PET plastic. We also accept aluminum cans for our Cans for Kids Program. Let’s keep moving forward together.

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Making an Impact

We’re proud to shine a spotlight on the many ways that we bring profit and purpose together. And that’s powered, in no small part, by our customers. Our annual impact goals are always tied to our triple bottom line of people, planet and profit.

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