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Food Labeling Dating Dilemma

A study by the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic investigates the impact of consumer confusion over the dates on food labels. Produced in cooperation with the Natural Resources Defense Council, “The Dating Game: How Confusing Food Date Labels Lead to Food Waste in America”
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The Greener Generation

Since 1975, DDB’s Life Style Study has taken an annual look at American attitudes and behaviors. Recently, DDB set out to answer the question, “Are Millennials greener than Boomers?” The answers may surprise you. Millennials, who were born in the 1980s and 1990s, are more
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A Single Cup of Joe

According to the National Coffee Association, 12% of Americans now own a single-cup coffee brewing system. Generally, the people using these systems purchase packaged and pre-measured coffee. Depending on the system, the ground coffee comes in a cup or pod that may contain multiple layers of material. As a result, most
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Greening the Postal Service

During 2012, the Postal Service saved more than $52 million through its sustainability efforts and generated nearly $24 million in revenue through its recycling programs. That same year, the United States Postal Service delivered 159.86 billion pieces of mail to 152.15 million customer locations. “We
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