Tell Trader Joe's CEO Dan Bane to Direct the Grocery Giant Away from Plastic Packaging
Right now it's nearly impossible to shop at Trader Joe's without bringing home a massive amount of single-use plastic packaging. But it does NOT need to be this way!
TJ's can take meaningful steps right now to decrease single-use plastic packaging, including:
- Selling fruits and vegetables without plastic clamshells, bags, wrappers, and trays.🍇🥕
- Offering dry goods like beans, rice, flour, pasta, cereal, coffee, tea, spices, salt, sugar, and more in bulk and allowing customers to bring their own reusable containers to fill.🍚
- Offering personal care and cleaning items like shampoo, moisturizer, laundry powder, and dish soap in bulk and allowing customers to bring their own reusable containers to fill.🛒
- Switching all storebrand product packaging to cardboard, paper, glass, and aluminum where offering items in bulk is not an option; and selecting namebrand products that are packaged in non-plastic alternatives.🥫
Progress is possible! Please ask TJ's to dramatically reduce its use of single-use plastic packaging.