ARLINGTON, Va. — The new Food Marketing Institute document, “Sustainability on the Shelves: A Guide for Category Managers & Buyers,” includes a “cheat sheet” intended to help jumpstart a dialogue between the supermarket executives and suppliers on the sustainability component of products. “It’s a challenge getting the attention of category managers,” said Harriet Hentges, vice president, corporate social responsibility, Ahold USA, and chair of FMI’s Sustainability Education and ...
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