Sustainability

Retailers

Three new grocers added to National Co+op Grocers member list

The addition of Kensington Community Food Co-op, Gem City Market and Wild Onion Market brings the group's total to 154 members.

Industry Partners

Grocery industry veteran Nicholas Bertram joins advisory board of Divert

Bertram brings over 20 years of experience in the retail industry, to advance Divert’s mission to solve the wasted food crisis.

The grocer’s new Rescued Organics program aims to reduce food waste and support farmers by selling imperfect fruits and vegetables at a discount.

Through a partnership with digital marketplace Flashfood, the program will now include 34 of the grocer's Massachusetts stores and 21 of its Rhode Island locations.

Leaders of technology company Divert share tech trends grocers may consider this year to address wasted food.

The food-waste-fighting service adds locations inside Brooklyn and Queens Stop & Shop locations.

The Dutch retailer said it remains committed to becoming carbon net zero across all of its operations by 2050.

Community leaders in Bloomfield, New Jersey, gathered at the 1409 Broad Street parking lot to celebrate the new electric vehicle charging stalls. The retailer said it plans to install more EV stations.

The partnership enables shoppers to purchase select food and household products in durable, reusable containers.

The retailer on Wednesday released its eighth-annual food predictions list, a wide-ranging assortment that includes upcycled pulp, date-based products, kelp-inspired foods and more.

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