FMI provides leadership for our industry and member companies as we work to develop sustainability tools and resources to help reduce waste, source more sustainable products, increase recycling rates, improve packaging and focus on the "green business case" for new programs and tools to help you with implementing these initiatives.
FMI’s Sustainability Executive Committee, comprised of executives from our retail and wholesale members provides leadership, insight and expertise on an ongoing basis.
FMI has several tools and resources to assist you with Sustainability.
Getting Started Tools
Packaging & Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)
The FMI Sustainable Executive Committee, comprised of 20 retail/wholesale company sustainability leaders, is developing a Sustainable Sourcing Guide for High Impact Commodities for FMI members. This guide will feature a one page information sheet for each commodity, with suggested questions that buyers and category managers can use/customize as they engage their suppliers on environmental and social sustainability practices.
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