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Behind General Mills’ Commitment to a More Recyclable Future
Thursday, December 9, 2021
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST
General Mills is committed to reducing the environmental impact of its packaging. This presentation will take you behind the scenes of that effort. A panel of General Mills packaging experts will share what they are doing to make the company a sustainability leader across the food industry.
This presentation will open with a discussion of General Mills’ “sustainability ambition statement” for packaging. Then, it will segue into a pair of case studies involving Annie’s Inc.’s conversion from recyclable plastic to recyclable paper and Nature Valley’s commitment to a more recyclable future. Come prepared with your questions!
Frédéric Chapuis, Packaging Technology Leader, General Mills
He leads the implementation for General Mills’ global packaging sustainability strategy across all the product platforms. Frédéric has more than 20 years’ experience in international and multi-cultural environments across multiple industries and cross functions.
David Chmura, R&D Senior Manager, General Mills
He leads packaging strategy and development for the Snacks Operating Unit, bars, fruit snacks, salty snacks and Totinos, sponsoring the company’s packaging sustainability efforts. David has more than 20 years’ experience in packaging across plastics and food consumer packaged goods, and 15 years at General Mills in packaging and processing R&D, operations and supply chain.
Patrick Keenan, R&D Principal Engineer, General Mills
He is a Packaging Engineer for new product development on the Annie’s brand, with a focus and passion on sustainability. Patrick has 15 years’ experience in packaging research and development across packaging manufacturers and consumer product companies. He sits on the editorial advisory board for Packaging World magazine.
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