We work to develop sustainability tools and resources to help the grocery industry reduce waste, source more sustainable products, increase recycling rates, improve packaging and focus on the "green business case."
FMI is a Founding Activator of the U.S. Plastics Pact, which will create a unified national framework for a circular economy for plastics, creating structure, coherence, aligned targets, and associated reporting. The food industry is committed to package waste reduction with 41% of FMI members reporting that they already have clear objectives and implementation timeframes for package waste reduction.
The U.S. Plastics Pact has four outlined targets to encourage bold action:
The FMI Sustainability Executive Committee works to identify and prioritize issues for collaborative action; to develop tools and resources to help move the industry forward faster in implementing more sustainable business practices; and to offer insight and recommendations when needed to FMI leadership and board. The Sustainability Executive Committee comprises retailer, wholesaler and product supplier members.Learn More