Switch Whole Foods Produce Bags to Compostable!

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One of Whole Foods' core values is to practice and advance environmental stewardship. Some examples of their zero-waste practices include composting in their dining areas and compostable take-out containers. However, one gleaming opportunity that Whole Foods can seize is to switch their produce bags from a plastic resin-based to vegetable-based, or compostable. It would make such a huge impact in their business practices to promote environmental stewardship. In the beginning of 2018, Trader Joe's took action to switch to compostable produce bags. Whole Foods can too! Whole Foods values the experience of the customer and this is one small action that will make a huge impact on environmental stewardship.