RELEASE: Investors Send Message to Kraft Foods on Recyclable Packaging – 29% Support for As You Sow Proposal
OAKLAND, CA – May 8, 2015 – Asserting that non-recyclable packaging is wasting valuable resources, a proposal to Kraft Foods Group from As You Sow received the support of 29.2% of shares voted at the … MORE
BE IT RESOLVED: Shareowners of Kraft Foods Group request that the board of directors issue a report at reasonable cost, omitting confidential information, by October 1, 2015 assessing the environmental impacts of continuing to use … MORE
GREENBIZ.COM – April 28, 2014 – A growing amount of packaging is made from flexible plastic laminates that cannot be conventionally recycled.
Shareowners of Kraft Foods Group request that the board of directors issue a report at reasonable cost, omitting confidential information, by October 1, 2014 assessing the environmental impacts of continuing to use non-recyclable brand packaging.
GREENBIZ.COM – October 16, 2013 – Next month, voters in Washington will decide whether food companies doing business in the state will be required to label food products that contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
In 2012, we filed a proposal asking Kraft Foods (now known as Mondelez International) to explore the feasibility of adopting an EPR policy for post-consumer product packaging. A quarter of investors supported our resolution, a … MORE
FAST COMPANY – Oct. 21, 2010 – BPA, a toxic compound found in everything from water bottles to store receipts, has increasingly become a thorn in the side of companies that make canned foods and … MORE
FAST COMPANY – Apr. 21, 2010 – Bisphenol-A, commonly called BPA, is a chemical used in many plastics that in recent years has been found capable of leaching into liquids when used in liquid containers … MORE