Food and Beverage Companies use Earth Day to Promote their Year-Round Environmental and Sustainability Activities

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FoodAndBeveragePeople.com recaps the food and beverage companies which are taking full advantage of Earth Day to promote their everyday environmental and sustainability activities.

Like many of our exclusive articles, this week's feature story is designed to help our audience keep up with industry trends.

In growing numbers, United States food and beverage companies are designating resources and dedicating company-wide attention to minimize the environmental footprint caused by their manufacturing and food service efforts. While there is a growing list of food and beverage related companies which consider themselves stewards of the environment, over a dozen companies chose to promote their efforts around April 22, otherwise known as Earth Day.

Consumers are demonstrating their concern for the environment and food and beverage industry leaders, from companies of every size, are responding with innovative and extensive programs. Illustrating the enormous interest in Earth Day, Google Ad Words reports that its search engine receives over 1.8 million global monthly searches for the phrase [Earth Day], while other keywords, such as “sustainability” receive only 110,000 global monthly searches.

Knowing the tremendous lift Earth Day related stories receive on the internet, during the weeks leading up to Earth Day, FoodAndBeveragePeople.com monitored the news coming from food and beverage companies of all sizes and found over a dozen companies who timed special reports, awards and news of special efforts with the internationally recognized date.

According to Gigi Cohen, publisher of FoodAndBeveragePeople.com, “Like many of our exclusive articles, this week’s feature story, Earth Day, a Perfect Time for Companies to Tout their Environmental Efforts is designed to help our audience keep up with industry trends.”

Importantly, the companies listed in the article are each striving for constant improvements because it is the socially responsible, but often they find their programs are economically sensible as well.

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