MINNEAPOLIS — Consistency, transparency and consumer education are important factors when it comes to sustainable packaging, speakers said at the Food Marketing Institute's Sustainability Summit, held here last week.
“We feel that there is an advantage from a marketing and advertising standpoint,” said Dawn Reeves, Harris Teeter's environmental sustainability manager. “If we get a lot of phone calls and customer requests for information and we actually go out on a limb and do something, ...
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