Since 2011, BJ’s has donated more than 22 million pounds of food products to food banks, which is the equivalent of 18 million meals.
The Texas-based grocer has worked with EDF for the past year, communicating the importance of seafood traceability and sustainability throughout its supply chain.
The company exceeded its packaging reduction goal, and replaced outdated coolers and vending machines with energy efficient equipment.
The company improved performance across all eight environmental targets since 2013, including decreasing water wasted at 23 water-stressed sites.
The company also reduced water usage, greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption, among several other environmental targets achieved.
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Projects include waste diversion in California sustainable coffee production, uniform recycling in the U.K., and water conservation in India.
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