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Tackling the issue of plastic pollution from packaging and products is one of the top three issues that consumers want companies to focus on, along with reducing waste and reducing air and water pollution.

Small operational changes—and key partnerships—can help bring clarity to the process of adopting environmentally friendly practices while keeping profits high.

Packaging sustainability has moved beyond a trend to an outright global shift, finds WGB’s 2021 Sustainable Packaging report.

The pandemic put many consumer priorities on the backburner as health and safety came to the forefront—but sustainable products continue to hold strong among consumers’ biggest demands.

Grocery store retailers are no strangers to prioritizing food safety—or to seeking low-cost solutions to do so.

As retailers deal with uncertain levels of demand, keeping products fresh and efficiently removing expired items from shelves can require extra attention.

New research shows that sustainable packaging is no longer a nice-to-have feature for consumer packaged goods.

A number of steps at the retail level can help reduce the likelihood of food spoilage.

Product information improves through advanced technologies, which can potentially identify and address food safety risks and problems early on.

Here are six ways to use labels and closures to quickly communicate messages at a glance.

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