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3M continues to convert plastic blister packaging from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) to recycled polyethylene terephthalate (PET), including our Command™ and Post -it® product lines.

Advanced Food Products

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AFP is constantly engaged in packaging optimization, utilizing BPA non-intent plastics and reducing the usage of raw materials without compromising product protection.

Ahold Delhaize USA

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Ahold Delhaize USA’s companies will restrict the intentional use of chemicals of concern and place chemicals of concern, including per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), Bisphenol A (BPAs), Phthalates and more on a restricted substance list for a full range of private brand products. The restricted list will cover both private brand products and food packaging for these products and work will focus on ensuring more sustainable substitutes for chemicals of concern are used.

Albertsons Companies

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It is our desire as a company to use BPA-free packaging for as many products as possible. We expect to make the transition on an ongoing basis as new options become commercially available.

Decrease plastic usage, with an emphasis on single-use plastics.

Suppliers are encouraged to provide packaging that minimizes or eliminates the use of Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) including Oriented Polystyrene (OPS) material.

Suppliers are encouraged to provide packaging that eliminates materials that contain or contribute to dioxins, furans, suspected endocrine-disrupters, or toxic heavy metals.

ALDI, Inc.

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We’re limiting BPA in our ALDI-exclusive brand products where possible.


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To improve our packaging, we are working to eliminate plastics, increase recycled content, and reduce our packaging overall.


Berry Global

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By signing the Global Commitment, we have pledged to take action to eliminate problematic or unnecessary plastic packaging.

Campbell Soup Company

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We are in transition to introducing non-BPA coatings to V8 beverage cans, microwaveable bowls and screw-top lids on glass jars.

Church & Dwight Co., Inc.

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Ensure all non-pharma product packaging is free from PVC, including timely elimination from newly acquired products.

Removing, reducing and restricting the use of materials that may present human health or environmental toxicity risks.

Plastic should be eliminated or reduced from our packaging wherever it is practical. Plastic should also be reduced in weight where it is not deemed necessary for product protection and containment.

Cisco Systems Inc.

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Reduce all foam used in Cisco product packaging by 75 percent measured by weight, by FY25 (FY19 base year). Decrease use of virgin plastics by 20 percent by FY25 (FY18 base year).

Clorox Company, The

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We plan to continue supporting ongoing packaging commitments established in our 2020 strategy. These include driving the elimination of PVC packaging from our product portfolio.

Colgate-Palmolive Company

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We are committed to exiting PVC by 2020.

Danone North America

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We will phase out all PVC packaging by 2021. For polystyrene (PS) packaging, we will follow a dual strategy: significantly reduce our dependency on this material while collaborating to develop the first recycling streams.

Fossil Group

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Eliminate virgin plastics use across our supply chain.

Grove Collaborative

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Grove will be 100% plastic-free by 2025.


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Eliminate virtually all plastic in packaging for new products by the end of 2022.

Henkel Corporation

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We want to remove and avoid polyvinyl chlorides (PVC) and other substances of potential concern.

Home Depot

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We’re replacing EPS with recyclable materials like molded pulp and paper in some private-label packaging.

HP Inc.

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Eliminate 75% of single-use plastic packaging by 2025 compared to 2018.

Removing all single-use plastic products from the IKEA range globally and from customer and co-worker restaurants in stores by 2020.

Kroger Co., The

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In 2018, we developed a national plan to eliminate single-use plastic grocery shopping bags by 2025

To address any concerns our customers may have about Bisphenol A (BPA) in product packaging, we have been working to limit the presence of BPA in the Our Brands portfolio.

Mars, Incorporated

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25% reduction in virgin plastic use by 2025 dependent on advancement of chemical recycling at pace and scale & alignment of food safety regulations. Eliminate PVC (by 2020)

Mastronardi Produce

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The company is also working on innovative, plastic-free paperboard packaging that will allow them to replace millions of flow-wrapped packages.


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We’re working to reduce plastic in guest packaging which is hard to recycle,is not needed for safety or functionality, and is likely to leak into the environment, such as straws, plastic bags and cutlery.

Metsa Board Americas

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By 2030 our mills will be fossil free and we will no longer use fossil oil based packaging or raw materials.


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Eliminate all virgin, single use petroleum-based plastics by 2025.

Nestlé USA

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Building on our commitment, we will reduce the use of virgin plastics by one third by 2025.

Newell Brands

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By 2025, eliminate the use of Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) and Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) in all product packaging.


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Reduce single-use plastic in our value chain by 50%

O.Berk Company

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Key initiative: Reduce the amount of plastic in our product offerings.


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Reduce 35% of virgin plastic content across our beverage portfolio by 2025.

Publix Super Markets, Inc.

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We will continue to work with our Publix brand suppliers to limit the use of BPA in food packaging.

PVH Corp.

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The PVH Dress Furnishings Group is working to minimize plastic elements from our dress shirt packaging and expect to reduce plastic use by 68 tons starting in 2020.

Seventh Generation

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50% of all laundry-detergent will be sold in non-plastic packaging [by 2025]

Starbucks Coffee Company

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Eliminate single-use plastic straws globally by the end of 2020


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Work to eliminate expanded polystyrene from our owned-brand packaging by 2022

Work toward elimination of the following problematic plastics in owned-brand packaging: polystyrene, PVC, PVDC and carbon black

Trader Joe’s

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We identified for our vendors the substances that we want to eliminate and/or avoid in our packaging, including: Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS); Bisphenol A (BPA) & Bisphenol S (BPS); Nonylphenol Ethoxylates (NPEs); Polystyrene (PS); Styrene; Phthalates.


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Eliminate problematic or unnecessary plastic packaging and move from single-use to reuse packaging models

Walgreens Boots Alliance

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Work with suppliers to eliminate the non-recyclable packaging material PVC in general merchandise packaging by 2020

Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.

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We’ve committed to reducing our in-store plastic packaging made from fossil fuels, along with other single-use plastics, by 10 million pounds by 2024.

Yum! Brands, Inc.

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2025: Taco Bell will make all its consumer-facing packaging recyclable, compostable or reusable, eliminate any PFAS, phthalates and BPA from its packaging, and add recycling and/or composting bins to restaurants globally where infrastructure permits.

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