FOR WHOLE FOODS SUPPLIERS
Whole Foods Market is partnering with HowGood to measure the sustainability impact of the products you make for our Exclusive Brands. The Sustainability Data Portal makes it easy for you to submit your information and experience added benefits.
After the HowGood team reviews your product data, you will receive insight into your carbon footprint and other eligible sustainability marketing options. This information will be shared with Whole Foods Market, and you will also be able to use it for your own insights.
Please note, participation in this process is optional, but Whole Foods sees this as a mutually beneficial opportunity for our Exclusive Brands suppliers to get insight to their products as we gain better accuracy for the impact of our products. If you are only submitting a subset of your products, please prioritize them by sales volume or by a representation of each product type. If you have any questions, please reach out to [email protected].
Appreciations for your partnership in this effort!
Tom Hermes and Caitlin Leibert
VP of Sourcing & Product Development and VP of Sustainability
Only the questions in purple are required. We ask the additional questions because different suppliers have varying levels of information on their ingredients.
Food and beverage companies work with HowGood to measure, communicate, and report on sustainability. In order to accurately assess the impact of their portfolio of products, they need up-to-date information about the products or ingredients they purchase from suppliers.
The HowGood portal is designed to make it easy for you to submit information while effectively reflecting your sustainability efforts.
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