Does Boom Chicka Pop really support Sustainability?
Boom Chicka Pop is owned by Conagra Brands
Conagra brands has a very weak sustainability policy. They do not have any targets or goals for reducing their environmental impact, and they do not publish any information on their environmental performance. Additionally, they have a poor track record when it comes to sustainable practices. For example, they have been criticized for their use of palm oil, which is a highly unsustainable crop.
Conagra Redesigns Packaging for Sustainability
Major packaged food company Conagra Brands is aiming to make 100% of its plastic packaging renewable, recyclable, or compostable by 2025, and its latest step in that direction is a new design for its bulk-size Swiss Miss hot cocoa containers.
by Waste 360
It’s Time To Get Rid Of Pesticide-Intensive Agriculture!
by Clean Technica
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by S&P Global
Conagra Brands Accelerates Transition to 100% Cage-Free Eggs
Company plans to directly source 100% cage-free eggs by 2024, one year earlier than its initial commitment
by PR Newswire