SAN FRANCISCO — Educating consumers about the social responsibilities involved with sustainable products might help boost sales, according to a panel of retailers speaking at Food Marketing Institute's Sustainability Summit here.
“There's not enough conversation about social sustainability,” Marie David, director of corporate strategy and sustainability for Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., said. “We have not made it clear that if we treat people overseas — the ones who make these ...
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