It should come as no surprise that reducing environmental footprints has become a large topic of focus for both B2B and B2C brands (and the customers/consumers who support those brands). One key issue, relative to corporate sustainability, is packaging.
With potential areas of focus spanning the entire supply chain — designing for recovery, bioplastics, compostable packaging, material health, etc. — there is no shortage of ways that organizations can take both immediate and long-term steps toward utilizing sustainable packaging.
For example, Aldi, Samsung and Nestlé are just a few of the corporations that have set aggressive packaging sustainability goals, with all three brands declaring total packaging sustainability by 2025.
Shorr Packaging set out to explore which companies across the United States are leading the pack relative to best in class, sustainable supply chains. The infographic below highlights the “top sustainable company” in every state across the U.S.