Increasingly, consumers are rewarding grocery retailers that are committed to sustainable operations and a sustainable supply chain. In fact, the vision for the future is a circular economy and a circular supply chain that generates zero waste and zero emissions. According to the Ellen Macarthur Foundation, shared and reusable platforms, like Reusable Plastic Containers, are a perfect match for retailers seeking to optimize sustainability along their fresh produce supply chains and reach our shared goal of a circular economy.
To learn the sustainability benefits of shared and reusable fresh produce packaging versus one-way packaging, join the second segment of our 3-part webinar series: Remove the Risk: Using Data to Drive Fresh Produce Growth on May 11, 2017. Details on this upcoming webinar are listed below.
When: May 11, 2017 2:00-2:45pm ET
Where: IFCO FMI Webinar 2
2:00 – 2:05: Welcome and Introductions
Patrick Walsh, FMI (Moderator)
2:05 – 2:10: Overview of IFCO, IFCO RPCs and IFCO Sustainability
Hillary Femal, Vice President, Global Marketing, IFCO
2:10 – 2:35: Overview of Comparative Life Cycle Assessment of Reusable Plastic Containers and Display- and Non-Display-Ready Corrugated Containers Used for Fresh Produce Applications
Beverly Sauer, Senior LCA Analyst, Franklin Associates, A Division of ERG
2:35 – 2:45: Discussion/Q&A with Participants
We’d love for you to join IFCO’s Hillary Femal, VP of Global Marketing, and Beverly Sauer – Senior LCA Analyst, Franklin Associates, A Division of ERG, to review the results of Comparative Life Cycle Assessment of Reusable Plastic Containers and Display- and Non-Display-Ready Corrugated Containers Used for Fresh Produce Applications. Space is limited so don’t wait to register!
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