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The Lempert Report: The rise of Instagramming dishes has encouraged people to buy more groceries than they need.
The retailer has updated many of its sourcing policies and got a leg up on its goals in 2017.
The Lempert Report: A company creates songs, animations and videos to teach sustainability in schools.
The retailer has pledged to replace plastic deli packaging with biodegradable, compostable containers.
The Lempert Report: Eating a lot of fruits and vegetables also led to an increased use of irrigation water and pesticides.
Neonicotinoid-treated plants will be phased out of the retailer's garden centers by 2020.
The Lempert Report: The material is completely biodegradable and is already being used by companies such as Dell.
The company said it made the change for a ‘variety of reasons, but taste and quality are the top factors.’
Expanded transparency, retro-certification and flexible payment policies were included in the changes.
Retailer recognized for progress against audacious sustainability goals in difficult circumstances
It was almost too close to call, but Publix Super Markets has nosed out last year's Most Trusted American grocer—H-E-B—to take the top honor in WGB and BrandSpark's fourth annual report on the supermarkets winning the consumer confidence race.
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