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Responsible Fiber Sourcing

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.

Ahlstrom-Munksjö NA Specialty Solutions LLC

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Ensure that all input materials are responsibly sourced and forest fiber based raw materials are purchased as certified or as a minimum controlled wood for sustainable forest management.

ALDI, Inc.

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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.

Amazon.com, Inc.

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We are working to source 100% of the wood fiber in device packaging from responsibly managed forests or recycled sources.

Amcor

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We seek out paper and fiber-based materials with [FSC] certification.

Apple

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To ensure we’re not taking away from the world’s supply of responsibly sourced paper, for the third year in a row, we are protecting or creating enough sustainably managed forests to cover all the wood fiber we use in our packaging.

Avery Dennison

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2025: We will source 100% certified paper, of which at least 70% will be Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC)-certified.

Barilla America

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Utilize virgin fibre materials from supply chains managed in line with the FSC or PEFC standards that guarantee sustainable forest management based on environmental protection and the promotion of economically sustainable forestry activities.

 

Beiersdorf AG

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30% recycled material in our plastic packaging by 2025

100% FSC certified paper by 2020

Deforestation-free sourcing of our main raw materials
(e.g. palm oil, soya, paper) by 2025

BillerudKorsnäs

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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 Company

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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.

Church & Dwight Co., Inc.

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Source all paper and board packaging from recycled material and/or sustainably managed forests by end of 2020.

Clorox Company, The

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When virgin fiber is required for our packaging, we trace the fiber we purchase to the country of origin and seek sustainable forestry certifications to ensure responsible forestry practices have been followed.

cocokind

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We’re proud to announce that we’re transitioning into using only FSC certified materials to make our boxes.

Colgate-Palmolive Company

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By 2020, only source paper and packaging from recycled and responsible sources that do not contribute to deforestation and do respect human rights.

Costco Wholesale

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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).

CVS Health

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Ensure 100% of paper procured is sustainably sourced by 2020.

Danone North America

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We will continue working to eliminate deforestation linked to paper and board from our supply chain by 2020.

delfort USA, Inc.

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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%.

Diageo

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Sustainably source all our paper and board packaging to ensure zero net deforestation [by 2020].

Domtar

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Increase the level of Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) certified fiber procured for our pulp and paper mills to 20 percent of total fiber used by the end of 2020.

DS Smith North America Packaging & Paper

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Use 100 percent recycled or chain of custody certified papers by 2020.

Eco-Products

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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).

Edgewell Personal Care

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We aim to use recycled and certified responsibly sourced fiber for 100% of fiber packaging in our razors and blades segment by 2025, and achieve this in all remaining segments by 2030.

Estée Lauder Companies, The

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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.

General Mills, Inc.

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General Mills has a target to source 100 percent of our fiber packaging by 2020 from recycled material or from virgin wood fiber regions that do not contribute to deforestation.

Grove Collaborative

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Whenever possible, we avoid virgin timber.

Hallmark Cards, Inc.

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[By 2020] 55% recycled fiber in packaging and merchandising. 50% FSC Chain of Custody certified fiber.

Happy Family Organics

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Ensure zero deforestation in paper packaging by 2025.

Henkel Corporation

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We aim to use 100 percent recycled paper and cardboard material or, where necessary, fresh fiber originating from sustainable forestry, to contribute to zero net deforestation by 2020.

HP Inc.

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Achieve zero deforestation associated with HP brand paper and paper-based product packaging by 2020.

Our target is to source 100% of our paper-based packaging from more sustainable sources by 2020.

International Paper

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Increase third-party certified fiber by 35% [by 2020]

J. M. Smucker Company, The

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Goal: Ensure 100% of fiber-based packaging is from recycled and/or certified sources by 2025.

Johnson & Johnson

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Forest products supply chains will be confirmed to be “deforestation free” as soon as possible, and no later than 2020.

Kao USA, Inc.

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We support zero deforestation of habitats during the procurement of palm oil, paper, and pulp, among other things, by 2020.

Kellogg Company, The

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Continue commitment to ensure that 100% of all timber-based packaging is either recycled or certified as sustainably sourced.

Kimberly-Clark Corporation

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Reduce our Natural (Northern) Forest Fiber footprint by 50% from a 2011 base year by 2025. Source 90% of our tissue fiber from Environmentally Preferred Fiber (EPF) sources by 2025.

Kroger Co., The

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Increase certified virgin fiber sourcing from well-managed forests for paperboard packaging.

L’Oréal

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By 2030, 100% of the biobased ingredients for formulas and packaging materials will be traceable and will come from sustainable sources. None of them will be linked to deforestation.

Lamb Weston

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Ensure responsible sourcing and long-term access to ingredients, materials, and services needed to make, store, and deliver our products.

Lowe’s

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By 2020 100% FSC certification for all wood products sourced from identified regions at risk
By 2025 100% of our strategic suppliers will have sustainability goals
By 2025 100% of our wood products will be responsibly sourced

Mars, Incorporated

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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.

McDonald’s

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Interim target: 100% of primary fiber-based guest packaging will come from recycled or certified sources where no deforestation occurs by 2020.

Metsa Board Americas

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Our main raw material, wood is 100% traceable. We will work towards ensuring that we know the origin of all our raw materials.

Mondi Jackson LLC

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[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.

Nestlé USA

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We aim to source only pulp and paper that meet our ‘deforestation-free’ commitment for our supply chains or at the very least come from suppliers making measurable progress toward meeting it

Packaging Corporation of America (PCA)

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Increase fiber procurement from certified forestlands and certified fiber sourcing programs.

Procter & Gamble

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Have 100% of our paper packaging contain either recycled or third-party-certified virgin content by 2020. (Achieved)

Reckitt Benckiser Group (RB)

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[100% of] paper and board from certified or recycled sources, excluding third-party manufacturing sites [by 2020]

Rite Aid

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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.

Rodan & Fields

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By 2025, 100% of paper packing will be Sustainable Forestry Initiative or FSC certified and we will reduce paper packaging by 20%.

Sappi North America

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Achieve 60% certified fiber [by 2020].

SC Johnson

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SC Johnson will source 100 percent of our pulp, paper and packaging from certified, sustainably managed sources (FSC, PEFC or other credible standards) or from recycled material by 2020

Seaman Paper Company

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Increase certified fiber to 100% [by 2020]

Maintain a sustainable proportion of recovered fiber in addition to virgin fiber

Seventh Generation

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100% of agricultural products certified sustainable including palm oil, virgin wood pulp, coconut, soy, citrus, corn [by 2020]

100% of materials and ingredients will be sustainable bio-based or recycled [by 2025]

Starbucks Coffee Company

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We are committed to pursuing zero net deforestation across our supply chain.

Stora Enso North American Sales Inc.

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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%

Subway Restaurants

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Ensure all paper-based packaging conforms with our Deforestation Policy

Target

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Source all owned-brand, paper-based packaging from sustainably managed forests by 2022

Tetra Pak Inc.

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Going beyond certification to minimize sourcing risk, such as by using satellite sensing to monitor forests

Unilever

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We will source 75% of the paper and board for our packaging from certified sustainably managed forests or from recycled material by 2015. We will reach 100% by 2020.

UPM Raflatac

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All fibre certified by 2030

Walgreens Boots Alliance

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Walgreens Boots Alliance is a signatory to the Consumer Goods Forum 2020 commitment to achieve zero net deforestation by 2020.

Walmart

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source pulp/paper products with zero net deforestation in 100% of Walmart private brand products by 2020

WestRock

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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.

Weyerhaeuser Company

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2020 Goal: Certify timberlands to sustainable forestry standards

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