LAS VEGAS — The CPG companies that answer sustainability questions the best and prove to have the smallest sustainable footprint “are going to get more shelf space,” said Andrew Winston, founder of Winston Eco-Strategies, during his keynote session at the FMI Show/Marketechnics here yesterday. “You and your peers are starting to do this already,” Winston, author of “Green to Gold,” said to a large audience of supermarket executives at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center. He predicted that ...
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