Whole Foods targets plastics in new personal-care packaging guidelinesWhole Foods targets plastics in new personal-care packaging guidelines
Packaging guidelines that mandate suppliers reduce the use of plastic in product packaging, encourage the switch to glass when possible, and limit acceptable packaging materials to those that are easily reused or recycled, and/or feature the highest percentage of post-consumer recycled (PCR) content became effective at retailer Whole Foods Market (Austin, TX) Sept. 1, 2010.
September 9, 2010
(Austin, TX) Sept. 1, 2010. The new "responsible packaging guidelines" apply to the company's more than 2100 body-care and supplement suppliers companywide. Whole Foods said in an attempt to spearhead the change, it has switched to PCR content bottles for several of its store-brand supplements and body-care products.
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