8 ways Loblaw is fighting food waste

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5 ways Joe Fresh is reducing plastic waste

Loblaw is committed to reducing plastic waste across the business where we can, including making all control brand and in-store plastic packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025.

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Bev diverts food waste to help local farms

“It really is the coolest thing.” That’s what Store Manager Bev Cave thinks of Loop Resource (“Loop”), a food-waste diversion program in place at her Dominion location in Mount Pearl, Nfld.

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Diversity and inclusion

Women helping women: Winnie and Cheryl’s story

More than 20 years ago, Cheryl Fernandes, who’s now Director, Communications for President’s Choice Financial, and Winnie Chappell, who’s now an Executive Assistant in Loblaws’ legal division, used to chat over their cubicle walls and take their lunch breaks together when they both worked at a consumer goods company in Pakistan.

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How we’re continuing to help Canadians Live Life Well

We made significant progress last year with regards to our Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) targets, including the launch of our new strategy which is rooted in our company’s purpose – to help Canadians Live Life Well. This strategy is focused on Fighting Climate Change and Advancing Social Equity.

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Kathy raises awareness and money for Power Full Kids

The key to a successful in-store fundraising campaign, says Kathy St-Pierre, manager of the Maxi® in Amqui, Quebec, is ensuring frontline colleagues are passionate about the cause and can answer customers’ questions.

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Diversity and inclusion

How Moses became a pharmacist in Canada

When Moses Ojemakinde immigrated to Canada in 2006, he thought he would continue working as a pharmacist—after all, he had a 23-year career in the profession in Nigeria.

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