Responsible Fiber Sourcing
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3M is committed to sustainable forest management and the conservation of natural resources. 3M recognizes its responsibility to source paper products from suppliers that share these goals and are committed to providing products from sustainably managed forests.
ALDI, Inc.View Profile
The ALDI SOUTH Group strives to only use material which is certified or contains at least 70% recycled content for wood fibre-based product packaging of core range products by the end of 2020.
Our goal is to source all fiber-based primary packaging components from certified responsibly managed forests or recycled content for our core range products by the end of 2020.
Every year targeted initiatives are carried out to encourage more private forest owners to certify their forest through the company’s FSC® and PEFCTM group certification. We always ensure that the wood raw materials we use come from responsibly managed forests and that forest ecosystems are protected.
Campbell Soup CompanyView Profile
In 2019, we took the opportunity to review our 15 key ingredients – 14 food ingredients and paper packaging – and began creating a plan to ultimately ensure that everything we source is done so responsibly. The way to get there will require diverse solutions, partnerships and focus – and we are committed to working closely with suppliers, farmers and others on making that happen.
Costco WholesaleView Profile
Costco is committed to sourcing its wood, paper and fiber-based products from certified well-managed forests, which can include certifications from the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) or Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC).
delfort USA, Inc.View Profile
Goal 2030: We seek to continue purchasing wood pulp exclusively from suppliers that are certified through leading, international forest certification programs, such as FSC® 1 and/or PEFC™. The share of certified wood pulp should be higher than 90%.
In 2020, provide a Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC) certified option for hot cups and soup cups. By 2022, achieve certifications that validate environmental attributes for the beginning-of-life of our top five substrates/ materials: virgin paper board, recycled paper board, sugarcane/bagasse, recycled polyethylene terephthalate (PET), and polylactic acid (PLA).
Estée Lauder Companies, TheView Profile
Our ambition is to use responsibly sourced paper products whenever possible with a goal to have 100% of our forest-based fiber cartons FSC certified by 2025.
Mars, IncorporatedView Profile
Tracing 100% of virgin pulp and paper-based packaging to at least country of harvest annually. Sourcing 100% of pulp and paper-based packaging from certified, verified or recycled sources by the end of 2020. Ensuring virgin pulp and paper that we source from areas assessed as high-deforestation risk must be certified by Forest Stewardship Council.
Mondi Jackson LLCView Profile
[2020 Commitment] Procure at least 70% of our wood from FSCTM– or PEFCTM–certified sources with the balance meeting our company minimum wood standard that complies with FSC’s requirements for Controlled Wood.
[2020 Commitment] Maintain FSC certification for 100% of our owned and leased forest lands in South Africa and Russia and promote sustainable forest management.
Rite AidView Profile
As we further implement our sourcing guidelines, we will develop a reporting framework to communicate the progress of Rite Aid’s associates and supplier partners to implement the Responsible Sourcing Guidelines and further its objectives.
Stora Enso North American Sales Inc.View Profile
We follow our progress on responsible forestry with a key performance indicator measuring the proportion of land in wood production and harvesting owned and managed by Stora Enso that is covered by forest certification schemes. Our target is to maintain the high level of 96%
Walgreens Boots AllianceView Profile
Walgreens Boots Alliance is a signatory to the Consumer Goods Forum 2020 commitment to achieve zero net deforestation by 2020.
Our goal is to certify all of our wholly owned manufacturing facilities across the globe to internationally recognized chain-of-custody certification standards by 2025.
Our goal is to increase our purchases of virgin fiber from lands certified to credible forest management standards by 25% by 2025.
Our goal is to promote increases in the amount of land that is certified to internationally recognized forest management standards through our landowner outreach activities.