Senior Director, Sustainable Food & Products, Bentonville, AR
Area of Expertise: Green Supply Chains, Food, Agriculture, Forests, Products, Consumer Goods, Retail, Greenhouse Gases, Chemicals of Concern
Jenny directs our work to improve the sustainability of food and consumer goods through partnerships with the private sector, as well as leads EDF’s office in Bentonville, AR. Jenny’s primary areas of expertise include the sustainability of food and agricultural supply chains, consumer health, as well as mitigating greenhouse gas impacts.
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Should companies invest in cell-cultured meat and seafood? Here’s what they need to know.
Companies must ensure cell-cultured products coming to the market are safe for the planet and human health and that growth happens responsibly.
Companies can be more transparent about clean, sustainable products this holiday season
This holiday season, tapping into product safety and sustainability can bring enormous reputational and financial benefits.
Six mistakes companies make when building a sustainability plan
Avoiding these six mistakes will help keep your plan on track, on time and on point as you usher your company into its new era of sustainability.
Amazon takes a big step forward on sustainable shopping
From packaging waste and delivery emissions to the impact of the products themselves, shoppers are concerned and looking for more sustainable options.
Two things to do now to avoid supply chain disruption later
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Supply chain partnerships: creating environmental and business benefits
An overview of the Smithfield Foods case study, which examined the shared value new initiatives generate for the environment, farmers, and business.