Manufacturers and retailers have tried to address consumer concerns about wellness and nutrition with more affordable healthy food options, and several retailers have built private label brands around a position of affordable healthy eating.
Do you favor plastic bags at your Columbus grocery store? The city might try to break you of your habit.
Mayor Michael B. Coleman is considering measures to reduce the use of plastic grocery bags in the city. That could mean charging fees, providing...
Independence LED Lighting, the U.S. manufacturer of LED high bay fixtures and LED tubes, announced the completed delivery of its energy saving LED lighting for the Gretz Beer Co. at 2801 Township Line Rd. in Hatfield, Pa. Gretz has raised the bar for the...
During this visit, Cuomo toured the manufacturing facility and then told workers and executives of the dramatic positive impact he expects from the recent 0 percent manufacturing tax for operations in the State of New York.
P&G is guided by established environmental sustainability goals toward its vision of 100 percent renewable energy use, 100 percent renewable or recycled materials for all products and packaging, and zero consumer and manufacturing waste going to...
The measure, which passed the Assembly by a 44-29 vote, would ban grocery stores from handing out single-use plastic bags with customer purchases, and would give local bag companies funds to retool to make heavier, multiple-use bags.
Hershey expects to achieve traceability to the mill-level by the first quarter of 2015, then it will determine which suppliers present the highest risks to deforestation and will address those issues at the plantation level by 2016.
AgLocal, a San Francisco, Calif.-based company that delivers responsibly-sourced, sustainably-raised meats from local family farms to consumers' doorsteps, announced that its farm-fresh, healthful meats are available for order via AmazonFresh.
Crown Equipment Corp. announced that Tonja Rammel, environmental, health and safety manager, recently appeared as a panelist at this year’s Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Compliance Assistance Conference in Columbus, Ohio.
The program will include 15 million francs to assist farmers in Ethiopia, Kenya and South Sudan, and includes plans to increase the recycling of Nespresso capsules and reduce the company’s carbon footprint by 10 percent become carbon-neutral.
The 2014 study revealed that the average purchased adoption rate of fuel-saving technologies has increased from 31 percent to 50 percent since 2003. As a result, these fleets are achieving 6.77 mpg on average, an 8 percent increase since 2011.
Florida members of the House Transportation and Infrastructure (T&I) Committee participated in a panel to discuss the benefits of the historic, bipartisan legislation signed into law by President Obama, in June 2014.