Demand for food rebounded during the epidemic. The number of online purchases increased by 15% in the first quarter*, but due to increased consumption, unfortunately, more household waste and wasted food may end up in the trash.
While there is more and more talk about a sustainable lifestyle, sustainable transport, many still do not rethink the ecological footprint of their own household. Nestlé, in partnership with SPAR, this year has again created come up with another little book How do I become an environmentally conscious customer? in which they help customers make environmentally conscious decisions with helpful tips and guides.
Like several other food companies, Nestlé has joined the effort to make all its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025 and reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050. In addition, it has set up a Packaging Technology Institute in Switzerland to research new packaging solutions and technologies that increase the recyclability of recyclable, degradable or compostable plastics, functional paper and plastic packaging materials.
SPAR takes an active and pioneering role in matters affecting the future of the Earth, and one of the cornerstones of its business philosophy is environmentally conscious corporate governance. The retail store chain is using more and more environmentally friendly solutions, from waste management through logistics to advertising, and is also involving its customers in their operation. As a result, the amount of plastic packaging has decreased and more and more recyclable paper has been used. Waste glass collection islands became available in several places and the weight of the flyers was also reduced. Under the SPAR program for a sustainable future, SPAR, as a responsible company, focuses primarily on areas where it has already achieved significant results with customers and partners. These include the environment, health, food safety, worker safety and helping disadvantaged members of society. SPAR also regularly initiates and participates in campaigns to raise awareness against food waste.
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