Bayer has announced that they are pulling glyphosate (Roundup) from store shelves by 2023. Glyphosate is the most commonly used herbicide in the world. It’s used to kill invasive weeds. why are they taking it off of shelves? In order to avoid lawsuits related to the chemical’s potential to cause cancer. The World Health Organization classified it as “probably carcinogenic to humans” back in 2015.
Photo Source: Inford.org How indirectly investing in green jobs and a circular economy can increase revenue and returns This qualitative proposal is intended to reach an imaginary Chief Financial Offer of a Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) company. The purpose of this proposal is to engage conversation regarding these ideas to drive value. While I’ve never
Photo Source: Supermarket News More than ever, consumers are attuned to the impacts of what happens after they’re finished with the food that they buy, specifically the packaging. Because, well, that’s of course all that’s left after we eat what’s inside. According to Packaging Digest, 68% of consumers are now considering criteria pertaining to sustainability
Photo Credit Above: chriskresser.com, istock.com/boogje I remember the first time someone told me that I wasn’t going to make a difference by subbing a cheeseburger for a plant-based burger. It has stuck with me for years. Even drove me to make more sustainable choices to prove that I could indeed make an impact. Why did
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