CHICAGO — About half of U.S. consumers consider at least one sustainability factor in selecting consumer packaged goods items and choosing where to shop for those products, a new Information Resources Inc. survey reveals. Respondents were presented with sustainability factors, including organic, eco-friendly product, eco-friendly packaging, and fair treatment of employees and suppliers. One in five participants were deemed “sustainability driven” since they take at least two sustainability ...
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