Tell Whole Foods: Put our planet over plastic
Whole Foods is a big contributor to the plastic waste crisis.
Whole Foods scored an “F” for its excessive use of plastic.
In a 2021 report, the grocery store chain received an “F” for its excessive use of plastic packaging.1
Single-use plastic packaging is more than destructive– it’s also unnecessary. That’s why we’re calling on Whole Foods to eliminate single-use plastic packaging from its stores. Will you join us?
Sign onto our petition calling on Whole Foods to eliminate plastic packaging.
Take action to urge Whole Foods to be an environmental champion.
There’s already too much plastic in our environment. An estimated 8 million metric tons of plastic flow into the oceans each year. That’s the equivalent to a full garbage truck dumped into the sea every minute.2
In our lakes, rivers, and oceans, plastic pollution threatens marine wildlife. It’s estimated that 90% of seabirds are ingesting plastic now, and nearly every single one will be eating it by 2050. This can cause organ failure, starvation, and death.3
You can help make a difference on this issue. By adding your name to our petition, you can urge Whole Foods to be an environmental champion and eliminate single-use plastics from its stores.