- We do not provide plastic bags at our checkout lanes in order to reduce the overall number of plastic bags created and in circulation.
- We aim to reduce the use of paper bags through the encouragement of using reusable bags through our Bags for Change (click through to our In Store Programs page)
- We address non-edible waste at the store level by participating in our local community recycling programs.
- Each store has a designated local food bank partner who helps us divert food waste from the landfill and into the hands of those who are food insecure.
- We look to stock our shelves with products that are doing good in the neighborhood by sourcing local whenever possible.
- We look for sustainably produced products such as Organic, NonGMO Project Verified, Fair Trade, Rainforest Alliance Certified, and more.
- Check out our 2017 Annual Report for an overview on our sustainable Community Impact results. (link to https://www.luckysmarket.com/2017-sustainability/)
Our work is never done. Check back soon for an update on more sustainable initiatives.