Fmi Sustainability Program 6 30 09

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This is the latest complete program and speaker list. A couple of changes still have to be made - adding speakers to Green Communications, moving a session around, switching Brad Ack to another spot. If you see a spelling or punctuation error let me know but no more editing is permitted. We will have an on site directory with all the sponsors and room locations, attendees, etc.

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Fmi Sustainability Program 6 30 09

  1. 1. August 17 19, 2009 Hyatt Regency • San Francisco, California DIRECTORY Developed in Cooperation with California Grocers Association Educational Foundation
  2. 2. Summit Agenda at-a-Glance Welcome to FMI’s Food Industry Sunday, August 16 Sustainability Summit! (committee pre-summit meetings) 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM Sustainable Seafood Group We are excited to have you with us and welcome your (committee members only) ideas and feedback as you experience the meetings, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Sustainability Leadership Committee social events and camaraderie over the next few days. Meeting (committee members only) 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM Leadership Committee We have more than 90 speakers! In the interest of being and Supplier Council Meeting environmentally sensitive, we’ve provided you with a flash (committee members only) drive pre-loaded with the program, attendee list and some of the research and handouts that were provided in Monday, August 17 advance. All the presentations will be posted for free 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM Registration Open download for attendees on FMI’s website after the summit. 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Sustainable Packaging Coalition www.fmi.org/sustainability/ Seminar (pre-registration required) 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Sustainable Seafood Group FMI gratefully recognizes our generous sponsors. The (committee members only) passion and commitment of these companies in helping 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Leadership Committee and our industry “move forward faster” is clearly reflected in Stakeholder Advisory Council their progressive actions on behalf of our consumers and (committee members only) the environment, and continues to be reflected in their 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Sustainability Showcase Preview healthy bottom-lines. 1:00 PM – 5:45 PM Official Summit Opening and Sessions 3:15 PM – 3:45 PM Sustainability Showcase Break Sincerely, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM Welcome Reception FMI’s Sustainability Leadership Committee Tuesday, August 18 7:00 AM – 5:30 PM Registration Open 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM Idea Exchange Breakfast 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM General Session Bob Garrity (Outgoing Chair) 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM Sustainability Showcase Break Vice President, Environmental Sustainability 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM Concurrent Workshops Giant Eagle, Inc. 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM Lunch and EPA GreenChill Awards 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM Concurrent Workshops 2:45 PM – 3:15 PM Sustainability Showcase Break 3:15 PM – 5:30 PM Supply Chain Super Session 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM Reception David Smith (Incoming Chair) Vice President, Retail Strategy Wednesday, August 19 Sobeys Inc. 7:00 PM – 12:00 PM Registration Open 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM Breakfast and Global Climate Change 8:30 AM – 9:45 AM Concurrent Workshops 9:45 AM – 10:15 AM Sustainability Showcase Break 10:15 AM –1:00 PM General Session Jeanne von Zastrow 1:00 PM Summit Adjourns Senior Director, Sustainability and Industry Relations 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Sustainability Leadership Committee Food Marketing Institute Meeting (committee members only) 1
  3. 3. In Recognition and Appreciation OCEAN LEVEL of Our Summit Sponsors PLANET LEVEL David and Lucile Packard Foundation OZONE LEVEL CONTINENT LEVEL EcoUnit Fibre Box Association Seafood Choices Alliance Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production 2 3
  4. 4. Summit Agenda 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Sustainable Seafood Working Group Meeting (committee members only) GOLDEN GATE ROOM Pre Summit Committee Meetings Sunday, August 16 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM MARINA ROOM Sustainability Leadership Committee and Stakeholder Advisory Council 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM MARINA ROOM (Committee and Council members only) Sustainable Seafood Working Group Meeting on Traceability in Partnership with the Seafood Choices Alliance 11:00 AM Official Summit Program begins (Committee members only) 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM BAYVIEW B 11:00 AM –1:00 PM PACIFIC CONCOURSE Sustainability Showcase Preview Sustainability Leadership Information and Exhibits Committee Meeting Welcome Refreshments Sponsored by: (Committee members only) BaselineUS Operations 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM BAYVIEW B 1:00 PM – 5:45 PM GRAND BALLROOM Sustainability Leadership Committee Opening Sessions of 2009 and Supplier Council Meeting Sustainability Summit (Committee members only) 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM Welcome and Summit Overview Committee Wine & Cheese Reception Hosted by REMIS AMERICA Leslie G. Sarasin, Esq., CAE President and Chief Executive Officer 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM Food Marketing Institute Sustainable Seafood Working Group Dinner Bob Garrity Hosted by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation FMI’s Sustainability Leadership Committee Chairman (Committee members only) Vice President, Environmental Sustainability Giant Eagle, Inc. 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM Sustainability Leadership Committee Members Dinner 1:30 PM – 2:15 PM Opening Keynote: Five Bubbles Hosted by SureHarvest Bursting = One Smart Way to Prevent, (Committee members only) Survive or Prosper from Global Crises Sponsored by: Green Energy Sustainable Agreements Monday, August 17 Bill Shireman President and CEO 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM GRAND FOYER Future 500 Registration Open The financial sector isn’t the only bubble that can burst. Global population has tripled in the past 100 years and 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM SEACLIFF D will top 9 billion by 2050. Fossil fuels are being burned Sustainable Packaging Coalition five times faster than nature and the atmosphere can Sponsored Workshop replenish them. In the U.S., our social safety nets – to (Open to all by pre-registration only) provide for our security and health as we age – will be bankrupt in a generation if we don’t do something. In these ways and others, we are living well beyond our 4 5
  5. 5. means. This session unveils how business, government 3:45 PM – 5:45 PM GRAND BALLROOM and NGOs can come together as leaders, partners and Sustainability and the Fusion stewards to embrace the principles of smart growth and of Personal and Planetary Health leading to a new pathway of innovative, technologically An interactive dialogue among experts as they discuss advanced and people-centered economy that offers questions everyone – from consumers to CEO’s – are prosperity – and not just for the world’s richest 600 asking about sustainability. This panel highlights results million, but for the other six billion as well, initiating a of the latest consumer and industry trends research diverse culture that is sustainable for the long term. focusing on emerging green consumers and the evolving priorities and actions from the industry 2:15 PM – 3:15 PM responding to the sustainability tidal wave. (Featuring Interactive Leadership and Industry Natural Marketing Institute 2009 LOHAS Report, The Response Panel Coca Cola Retailing Research Council Report on Movers, shakers and pioneers from some of the food Sustainability, The Grocery Manufacturers/Deloitte industry’s most respected companies will participate in Green Shopper Report). an interactive dialogue about how their companies are developing the strategy, policies and talent to respond Scott Bearse to the 5 global challenges. Retail Store Operations Lead and Director Consumer and Industry Products Division Moderator: Deloitte Consulting LLP Bill Shireman President and CEO Bill Bishop Future 500 Chairman Willard Bishop LLC Response Panel: Marie David Linda Povey Director, Corporate Strategy and Sustainability Vice President, Strategic Solutions Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Natural Marketing Institute Bob Garrity Jhana Senxian Vice President, Environmental Sustainability President Giant Eagle, Inc. Sustainability Guild Harriet Hentges 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM PACIFIC CONCOURSE Vice President, Corporate Responsibility Welcome Reception and Sustainability Sponsored by: General Mills, Inc. Ahold USA Beverages sponsored by: Anhueser-Busch, Inc. Gene Kahn Global Sustainability Officer General Mills, Inc. Tuesday, August 18 Judah Schiller Executive Vice President and Co-Founder 7:00 AM – 5:30 PM GRAND FOYER Registration Open Saatchi and Saatchi S 3:15 PM – 3:45 PM PACIFIC CONCOURSE 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM PACIFIC CONCOURSE Idea Exchange Breakfast Networking Break and and Sustainability Showcase Sustainability Showcase Sponsored by: Kellogg Company Sponsored by: Bumble Bee Foods, LLC Don’t miss this valuable opportunity to connect with your peers and engage on topics of greatest interest to you. 6 7
  6. 6. 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM GRAND BALLROOM Katharine Maroney General Session Partner Ecos Corporation LLC 8:30 AM – 9:15 AM Marc Mondor Keynote: From Here to Sustainability Principal The Profits and Pitfalls of Green Business evolve environment::architecture Strategies in a Struggling Economy Sponsored by: JohnsonDiversey, Inc. Kai Robertson Director, Business and Industry, Food and Agriculture Welcome: Ronald Fong World Wildlife Fund US President and CEO California Grocers Association Minor Sinclair Director, U.S. Regional Office Keynote: Joel Makower OxFam America Founder and Executive Editor GreenBiz.com 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM PACIFIC CONCOURSE Hear how leading companies inside and outside the Break and Sustainability Showcase food industry are integrating environmental thinking into Sponsored by: Verisae, Inc. their operations in a way that creates lasting business value. But it’s not easy being green. One key challenge 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM facing companies is the lack of an answer to the simple CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS question, “How good is ‘good enough’ when it comes to (select one, workshops are not repeated) being a responsible business?” There are few TA1 BAYVIEW A standards and little agreement among stakeholders Effectively Communicate about what it means to be green, or even “good.” Green Initiatives Understand and address the challenges and More companies are exploring ways to engage their opportunities and envision how the marketplace of the customers and communities on environmental issues. future may challenge “business as usual.” As sustainability becomes mainstream, consumers are more skeptical about green claims and the potential for 9:15 AM – 10:30 AM greenwashing. Learn from powerful case studies and What’s Over The Horizon and see tangible solutions for retailers and suppliers to How Can We Be Ready? effectively: communicate green initiatives, promote Members of FMI’s newly formed Stakeholder Advisory transparency, engage internal and external audiences, Council on Sustainability discuss the top issues they win market share, improve loyalty, rise about the expect to command attention in the future. Some topics greenwashing, and be publicly recognized for inspiring include climate change, packaging, agriculture, fresh progress. Hear about innovative solutions that remove water, seafood, waste, recycling, green buildings, safety the chaos and finally give meaning to the word green. and social equity in sourcing. Tiger Beaudion Anne Bedarf Founder and Vice President, Marketing Project Manager EcoBonus Sustainable Packaging Coalition BI Worldwide Michele Halsell Mike Erlandson Managing Director Vice President, Government Affairs Applied Sustainability Center SUPERVALU INC. University of Arkansas Mark Hardy Jonathan Kaplan Chief Operating Officer Senior Policy Specialist Earthsense.com Natural Resources Defense Council Workshop Codes TA1-5: Tuesday Morning Workshops 1-5 8 9
  7. 7. Mitch Hedlund grocer as they respond to skyrocketing consumer President and CEO demand for locally grown and produced products. The UPonGREEN panel features innovative new strategies, hurdles to prepare for and demonstrated best practices. Jan Wikman Vice President, Sales and Operations Mike Faupel EcoBonus and Greencentives Program Manager BI Worldwide Applied Sustainability Center University of Arkansas TA2 BAYVIEW B Tom Gillpatrick, Ph.D Recycling, Composting, Waste Juan Young Professor of Marketing Reduction Trends and Innovations Executive Director, Food Industry Leadership Center This session focuses on key issues, trends and success Portland State University stories surrounding waste reduction, recycling and consumer involvement in supermarket environmental Darlene Knipe initiatives. Get the latest update on public concern for Extension Specialist, Marketing and Business packaging and learn new methods for handling plastic Development bags and bottles. Hear creative thinking for reusable University of Illinois bags, recycling most everything at stores and David Lively distribution centers. Gain practical, innovative waste Marketing Director management ideas from proactive retailers and The Organically Grown Company recycling industry experts, including cutting-edge recycling strategies, “zero waste” expense reduction TA4 SEACLIFF AB concepts, and new at-store composting technologies. Sustainable Packing – Emerging This workshop will be fast paced, packed with fresh Innovations and The New Global new ideas and open for questions. Packaging Initiative Moderator: Over-packaging is one of consumers’ biggest concerns Ted Brown regarding sustainability. Learn how leading companies Principal are innovating to reduce and reinvent more sustainable Brown Sustainability Solutions packaging choices. Hear about the voluntary global industry initiative that is developing goals and metrics Panelists: with the cooperation of members from four global Walter Kraus associations, FMI, GMA, CIES and AIM. Senior Director, Environmental Affairs Loblaw Companies Limited Mark Brodeur Director, Sustainability North America Sam Miller Nestle Purina PetCare Company Vice President, Recycling Enviro-Log Recycling, Inc. Katherine O’Dea Senior Fellow Kent Ragen Sustainable Packaging Coalition Chief Executive Officer EcoUnit David Stanton Director, North American Retail TA3 MARINA Natureworks LLC The Local Connection: Achieving Jason Wadsworth Advantage by Building Your Local Sustainability Specialist/Consumer Affairs Supply Chain Network Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. This session highlights successful local sourcing partnerships across the supply chain from grower to Workshop Codes TA1-5: Tuesday Morning Workshops 1-5 Workshop Codes TA1-5: Tuesday Morning Workshops 1-5 10 11
  8. 8. TA5 SEACLIFF CD Award Presentation: Supermarket Super Heroes – Kicking Global Keilly Witman Warming in the…Refrigeration Section U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Welcome to the exciting new age of government and business collaboration! The green revolution has 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM spawned numerous government voluntary partnerships, CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS and this session focuses on two of them. The TP1 SEACLIFF CD Department of Energy’s Retailer Energy Alliance and the Supermarket Super Heroes – Environmental Protection Agency’s GreenChill Advanced Kicking Global Warming in the… Refrigeration Partnership are joining forces to better Refrigeration Section help the supermarket industry attack global warming in Welcome to the exciting new age of government and the refrigeration section. What can they do for you? The business collaboration! The green revolution has potential environmental and financial benefits to the spawned numerous government voluntary partnerships, industry are impressive. For instance, if the entire and this session focuses on two of them. The supermarket industry reduced refrigerant emissions just Department of Energy’s Retailer Energy Alliance and the down to the GreenChill Partner average (13.7%), the Environmental Protection Agency’s GreenChill Advanced industry would save 20 million metric tons of CO2 Refrigeration Partnership are joining forces to better equivalent and almost $97 million every year. GreenChill, help the supermarket industry attack global warming in the Retailer Energy Alliance, and some of their industry the refrigeration section. What can they do for you? The partners will outline how we can all work together to potential environmental and financial benefits to the improve the environment and your bottom-line. industry are impressive. For instance, if the entire Drury B. Crawley supermarket industry reduced refrigerant emissions just Team Lead, Commercial Buildings down to the GreenChill Partner average (13.7%), the Office of Building Technologies industry would save 20 million metric tons of CO2 U.S. Department of Energy equivalent and almost $97 million every year. GreenChill, the Retailer Energy Alliance, and some of their industry Bill Johnson partners will outline how we can all work together to President and CEO improve the environment and your bottom-line. Hill PHOENIX Drury B. Crawley Tom McIntyre Team Lead, Commercial Buildings Director, Conservation and Environmental Stewardship Office of Building Technologies SUPERVALU INC. U.S. Department of Energy Wayne Rosa Bill Johnson Strategic Sourcing Manager, Energy and Maintenance President and CEO Food Lion, LLC Hill PHOENIX Keilly Witman Tom McIntyre GreenChill Advanced Refrigeration Partnership Director, Conservation and Environmental Stewardship Stratospheric Protection Division SUPERVALU INC. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Wayne Rosa 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM GRAND BALLROOM Strategic Sourcing Manager, Energy and Maintenance Lunch and EPA GreenChill Awards Food Lion, LLC Welcome: Keilly Witman Bill Johnson GreenChill Advanced Refrigeration Partnership President and CEO Stratospheric Protection Division Hill PHOENIX U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Workshop Codes TA1-5: Tuesday Morning Workshops 1-5 Workshop Codes TP1-5: Tuesday Afternoon Workshops 1-5 12 13
  9. 9. TP2 MARINA Moderator: Navigating the Sustainable Seafood Suzanne Forbes Waters – Future Trends and How To Prepare Environmental Affairs Administrator Identify and explore some of the key issues and Wakefern Food Corporation opportunities that are on the horizon for the seafood Panelists: industry. We’ll discuss how environmental changes, Bruce Karas NGO activities, and industry commitments will impact Director, Sustainability, Environmental and Safety the sustainability of wild fisheries and fish farms. Gain a Coca-Cola North America better understanding of these issues and ideas and resources to help your sustainable seafood program Katharine Maroney increase in success and value for your company. Partner Ecos Corporation LLC Brad Ack Regional Director, Americas Kai Robertson Marine Stewardship Council Director, Business and Industry, Food and Agriculture World Wildlife Fund US Teresa Ish President TP4 BAYVIEW A Ku’ula Kai Consulting Moving From Best Practices Susan Jackson to Standards and Metrics President A number of ambitious sustainability initiatives have International Seafood Sustainability Foundation launched over the last year, promising a wide array of sustainability metrics, standards and incentives with the Dick Jones ultimate goal of delivering sustainability across the US Operations Director whole value chain. Meet participants from the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Stewardship Index for Specialty Crops, The Keystone Chris Lischewski Center and Dairy Management Institute for a snapshot President and CEO of some of the efforts underway and learn how these Bumble Bee Foods, LLC new initiatives can help your company find cost reduction opportunities, reduce risks, document TP3 SEACLIFF AB accomplishments in advancing sustainability goals and The Art of Developing Successful forge closer partnerships with your suppliers and Business and NGO Partnerships relevant advocacy groups. Our world has changed. Outside groups – including Jeff Dlott consumers, advocacy groups, local charitable President organizations, law enforcement and others are SureHarvest increasingly important potential business partners – or risks – as you mature in your sustainability strategy. Rick Naczi Advocacy groups (NGOs like Environmental Defense, Executive Vice President, Strategic Insights and World Wildlife Fund and Greepeace) are currently the Evaluation most trusted source of information by consumers Dairy Management, Inc. according to the World Economic Forum. How do you Mike Smith approach this emerging partnership trend? How do you Director, Real Estate and Sustainability evaluate which groups are strategically important to Hy-Vee, Inc. you? Hear from our experts on what works, what doesn’t and how to succeed. Sarah Stokes Alexander Director, Sustainability and Leadership Programs The Keystone Center Workshop Codes TP1-5: Tuesday Afternoon Workshops 1-5 Workshop Codes TP1-5: Tuesday Afternoon Workshops 1-5 14 15
  10. 10. TP5 BAYVIEW B 3:15 PM – 4:30 PM Do Chemicals Get a Bad Rap? Emerging Greening the Supply Chain – Case studies Tools to Help You Protect Your Consumers, in Sustainable Procurement for Retail Employees and Your Bottom-Line Sustainability is being built into the supply chain from Do you know what chemicals are in the products you the ground up by innovators who will share their stories use to maintain your stores or put on your shelves? They of how triple bottom line approaches are applied at may be harmful to workers, your customers, or the different points along the value chain. In this session environment. Consumers are becoming ever more you will hear from growers, processors, distributors and conscious about the chemicals in the products they buy. packagers who have learned new ways of thinking in Workers want to know more about the chemicals in the order to build successful, compelling brands with products they use to maintain your stores. Chemical integrity in the sustainability marketplace. Hear about issues can quickly turn the best sustainability program how products are being “reengineered” by industry into a public relations nightmare and quickly destroy leaders with enhanced social, environmental and your reputation as an environmental and social leader. financial values. We will share how the ideas become Get the information and tools to make sustainable products, what partnerships were required, how they choices for you, your workers and your customers. work, and barriers that needed to be overcome for retail Learn how retailers such as Wal-Mart tackled these success. Get new ideas to accelerate comprehensive complicated issues using emerging tools that can take sustainability supply tactics for your company. the guess work out of identifying chemical risks and delivering greener chemistry with bottom-line results. Bud Floyd Get insight from JohnsonDiversey on the trends and Vice President, Marketing - Sourcing Division drivers for more green chemistry and products. Lower C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc. your compliance risks and reduce your costs by Humberto Garcia working with your suppliers and creating chemical use Senior Packaging Manager, Ice Cream and Beverages management policies you can enhance sustainability. Unilever Kieran Callahan Diane Holdorf Director, Business Development Vice President, Environmental Stewardship, WERCS Professional Services Health and Safety Ashley Carlson Kellogg Company Director, Retail Outreach Karen Karp American Chemistry Council Director, Business Innovation Daniel Daggett, Ph.D. The Sustainable Food Lab Manager, Corporate Sustainability Gord Kurbis JohnsonDiversey, Inc. Director, Environment George Parmenter Pulse Canada Corporate Responsibility Manager Hannaford Bros. Co. 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM Sustainable Supply Chains – Expanding 2:45 PM – 3:15 PM PACIFIC CONCOURSE Performance Verification to Integrate Labor Break and Sustainability Showcase and Environmental Standards and Define Sponsored by: SunOptics Leverage Opportunities Anticipating the not-too-distant future when retailers 3:15 PM – 5:30 PM GRAND BALLROOM will be accountable for their supply chains in much General Session – Two Supply Chain greater dimensions beyond food safety to include fair Super Sessions labor practices and environmental impact, this session will overview current and in-development global food industry initiatives. It will also provide insights on how Workshop Codes TP1-5: Tuesday Afternoon Workshops 1-5 other industries, such as apparel (initiated by the 16 17
  11. 11. “sweat shops” issues) and computers/electronics have Wednesday, August 19 dealt with these issues and opportunities. There are many divergent initiatives underway across supply 7:00 AM – 12:00 PM GRAND FOYER chains globally. Stories of factories being audited 30 Registration Open times per year (by each customer with proprietary requirements) have become all too common – which 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM GRAND BALLROOM adds costs for everyone and delays real performance Breakfast Session on progress. There is an opportunity to define a Global Climate Change comprehensive, collaborative vision that treats these Sponsored by: Green Energy Sustainable Agreements issues rightly as non-competitive, to drive out costs and Climate change and its impacts are indisputable and accelerate the sustainability “journey”. governments around the world are taking action to Bonnie Nixon reduce greenhouse gasses. The Obama Administration, Director, Environmental Sustainability states and localities are advancing new legislation and Hewlett-Packard regulations that could have a dramatic impact on your bottom-line. How does understanding the global picture Art Smith help you prepare? How will developing your strategy Chief Executive Officer well in advance provide you with a competitive GS1 Canada advantage in the marketplace? What is happening right David Smith now in Washington, and what are the risks and benefits Vice President, Retail Strategies to your business? Sobeys, Inc. Bob Garrity Gary Smith Vice President, Environmental Sustainability Technical Director, SQF Giant Eagle, Inc. Food Marketing Institute Andy Harig Tom Smith Director, Government Relations Marketing Manager Food Marketing Institute Sedex (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange) Paul Hepperla Marianne Voss Director, Energy Services Executive Director Verisae, Inc. Fair Factories Clearinghouse Tom McIntyre Director, Conservation and Environmental Stewardship 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM PACIFIC CONCOURSE SUPERVALU INC. Networking Reception Sponsored by: WhiteWave Foods Company 8:30 AM – 9:45 AM CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS WA1 BAYVIEW A Energy Innovations Enabling Reductions in Green House Gasses – Some Tools to Help (including FMI’s NEW Carbon 101 Toolkit) Learn the most exciting innovations in energy options and how retailers are evaluating, identifying and implementing new systems to enhance their competitive edge in business and with government regulators. What are some of the basic tools available to companies to calculate and benchmark where you are now and in the Workshop Codes WA1-4: Wednesday Morning Workshops 1-4 18 19
  12. 12. future as you evolve your energy program and develop Kathy Larson goals to document your progress? Vice President, Sustainability Frontier Natural Products Co-op Paul Hepperla Director, Energy Services Alex Morgan Verisae, Inc. Business Development Manger Sustainable Agriculture Division Matthew Holtry Rainforest Alliance Author FMI’s Carbon 101 Toolkit WA3 SEACLIFF AB Tom McIntyre The What, Why and How: Strategies, Director, Conservation and Environmental Stewardship Guidelines and NEW Tools for SUPERVALU INC. Communicating Your Seafood Sustainability Initiatives Richard Young Most people just don’t understand what sustainable Senior Engineer/Director of Education seafood is or why it is important, or how or where to go Food Service Technology Center for answers. We have a responsibility to educate and Fisher-Nickel, Inc. communicate about this increasingly important issue to all our constituents – our suppliers, our employees and WA2 BAYVIEW B management team AND our customers. This workshop Socially Responsible Sourcing – will help you What, Why and How It Adds to the Triple • Educate employees and empower them to Bottom-Line for Visionary Companies communicate to customers with facts and tools. As global population growth creates increasing • Build customer awareness and help encourage them competition for products and resources, the developed toward sustainable seafood purchases. world becomes increasingly aware of inequality, • Showcase a new FMI resource, the Sustainable poverty and the education challenges of developing Seafood 101. countries. We are seeing a greater focus by consumers • Help overcome and resolve resistance from on the relevance of incorporating messaging, standards management, employees and customers and initiatives that showcase products which support social and economic justice for workers who grow or Nadine Bartholomew make them. New research documents that even in Business Outreach and Development Manager economically challenging times, consumers are Seafood Choices Alliance increasing their purchases of products they feel are Jeanne Colleluori made, sourced or sold by socially responsible Communications and Media Specialist companies. Hear impressive stories of how some Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. companies have implemented creative and often seemingly risky social responsibility initiatives and have Heather Tausig been significantly rewarded in many different ways, Associate Vice President, Conservation including their bottom-lines. New England Aquarium Ellen Feeney Tracy Taylor Vice President, Responsible Livelihood Senior Buyer WhiteWave Foods Company Ahold USA, Inc. Harriet Hentges Vice President, Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Ahold USA, Inc. Workshop Codes WA1-4: Wednesday Morning Workshops 1-4 Workshop Codes WA1-4: Wednesday Morning Workshops 1-4 20 21
  13. 13. WA4 SEACLIFF CD footprint as we see increasing concern from Inside/Out –The Complete Green governments, companies, and activists on escalating Retail Design Story – A Journey from the demand that threatens to outstrip supplies. Neighborhood to the Store to the Shelf Bruce Karas This session demonstrates how all consumer touch Director, Sustainability, Environmental and Safety points combine to communicate that green strategies Coca-Cola North America are about innovative thinking in addition to protecting the environment. Conscientious consumers are Bill McDonnell redefining value around price, performance, purpose Senior Resource Specialist and participation. As a result, more retailers are Metropolitan Water District of Southern California connecting brand to sustainability in an integrated way. (MWD) In the best examples, that plays out through brand, Kai Robertson promotion, building, interior environment, product, Director, Business and Industry, Food and Agriculture packaging, and more. World Wildlife Fund US Mitch Baranowski Peter Williams Founding Partner IBM Distinguished Engineer BBMG Chief Technology Officer, Big Green Innovations Jackie DeLise IBM Vice President Zunda Group, LLC 11:15 AM – 12:45 PM From the Checkout to the C-Suite to the Kevin Foster O’Donnell Consumer – How Leading Companies Are Founder Embedding Sustainability Into Their thread collaborative and 2029 Productions Cultures Bill Sweet Many companies are now well beyond Sustainability Vice President, Engineering and Construction 101 and are effectively integrating sustainability into the Price Chopper Supermarkets core and culture of their business. They are integrating sustainability in such a way that it becomes part of 9:45 AM – 10:15 AM PACIFIC CONCOURSE employee and officers annual performance objectives, Break and Sustainability Showcase recognition and reward systems. These companies Sponsored by: Emerson Climate have more success as they look to attract, train and Technologies – Retail Solutions develop new leadership. These new leaders tend to be personally and professionally passionate about 10:15 AM – 1:00 PM GRAND BALLROOM sustainability. Learn how to duplicate these efforts to General Session increase the momentum in your own company. Wes Bean 10:15 AM – 11:15 PM Senior Director, Strategic Sourcing WATER – Blue is the NEW Green! Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. Two-thirds of the world’s population is expected to face water shortages by 2025. Since 1950 our world Scott Buehler population has doubled - but water use has tripled! This Vice President, Real Estate and Store Development session will focus on what we can expect globally in Buehler Food Markets, Inc. terms of water demand and supplies, what is coming on Michael Hewett potential government policy that will impact everyone, Manager, Environmental Services and how businesses are addressing water issues from Publix Super Markets, Inc. innovations to conservation and new technology. Although sustainability has often been focused on your carbon footprint, a critical issue will be your water 22 23
  14. 14. Judah Schiller Executive Vice President and Co-Founder Saatchi and Saatchi S SUSTAINABILITY SHOWCASE David Smith Vice President, Retail Strategies Pacific Concourse Sobeys Inc. American Chemistry Council Anhueser-Busch, Inc. 12:45 PM – 1:00 PM Summit Wrap-Up and Applied Sustainability Center Challenge to Attendees BaselineUS Operations David Smith Bonneville Environmental Foundation Vice President, Retail Strategy Bumble Bee Foods, LLC Sobeys Inc. DuPont Jeanne von Zastrow EcoUnit Senior Director, Sustainability and Industry Relations Food Marketing Institute Emerson Climate Technologies - Retail Solutions Environmental Protection Agency 1:00 PM Fibre Box Association Summit Adjourns Food Alliance 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM MARINA ROOM Green Energy Sustainable Agreements Sustainability Leadership Hill PHOENIX Committee Meeting (Committee members only) iGPS - Intelligent Global Pooling Systems JohnsonDiversey, Inc. Kellogg Company Marine Stewardship Council Morrill Motors Oxfam America PAX Streamline REMIS AMERICA StrongPak, a Stericycle company SunOptics SureHarvest Sustainable Packaging Coalition Verisae, Inc. World Wildlife Fund Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production 24 25
  15. 15. SUMMIT LEADERSHIP Suzanne Forbes Environmental Affairs Administrator Wakefern Food Corporation FMI Sustainability Leadership Committee Kate Heiny Mission: To help FMI identify and address priority issues Sustainability Manager and to develop resources and tools to help the food Target Corporation industry create, embrace and implement sound sustainable business practices that promote the Megan Hellstedt environment, society and the bottom-line. This group Director, Social Responsibility works to accomplish things on behalf of the entire industry Hannaford Bros. Co. that individual companies can not do alone. Harriet Hentges David Y. Smith Vice President, Corporate Responsibility and (Incoming Chair, 2009-2011) Sustainability Vice President, Retail Strategy Ahold USA Sobeys Inc. Michael Hewett Bob Garrity Manager, Environmental Services (Outgoing Chair, 2006-2009) Publix Super Markets, Inc. Vice President, Environmental Sustainability Giant Eagle, Inc. Scott Hollar Corporate Responsibility Manager Tom J. McIntyre (Vice-Chair, Operations) Food Lion, LLC Director, Conservation and Environmental Stewardship SUPERVALU INC. Harrison Horning Director, Facilities and Energy Wesley Bean Hannaford Bros. Co. Senior Director, Strategic Sourcing Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. Bea James Senior Manager, Organic and Natural and HBC Programs Scott Buehler Lund Food Holdings, Inc. Vice President, Real Estate and Store Development Walter Kraus Buehler Food Markets, Inc. Senior Director, Environmental Affairs Loblaw Companies Limited Jerry Buligan Director, Risk Management and Corporate Responsibility Peter Larkin Longo’s Brothers Fruit Markets, Inc. Representative Save Mart Supermarkets and Unified Grocers, Inc. Jeanne Colleluori Communications and Media Specialist Karen Meleta Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. Vice President, Consumer and Corporate Communications Brendon Cull Wakefern Food Corporation Director, Government Relations The Kroger Co. 26 27
  16. 16. Marsha B. Miller FMI Sustainability Supplier Advisory Council Director, Organizational Development and Training Mission: To develop and strengthen engagement and Unified Grocers, Inc. collaboration throughout the supply chain on social and environmental sustainability issues and initiatives. Linda Nordgren Group Vice President, Strategic Sourcing – Gene Kahn (Chair) Supply Chain Strategies Global Sustainability Officer Safeway Inc. General Mills, Inc. George Parmenter Betsy Cohen Corporate Responsibility Manager Vice President Hannaford Bros. Co. Nestlé S.A. Ellen Feeney Dawn Reeves Vice President, Responsible Livelihood Manager, Environmental Sustainability WhiteWave Foods Company Harris Teeter, Inc. Jeff Foote Sandy Sandahl Director, Environmental Programs Senior Manager, Refrigeration Engineering Coca-Cola North America Target Corporation Diane Holdorf Michael A. Smith Vice President, Environmental Stewardship, Director, Real Estate and Sustainability Health and Safety Hy-Vee, Inc. Kellogg Company William R. Sweet Robert J. Israel, Ph.D. Vice President, Engineering and Construction Vice President, Global Environmental Price Chopper Supermarkets Sustainability and Regulatory Affairs JohnsonDiversey Inc. Joanie Taylor Director, Consumer Affairs and Community Relations Kathy Larson Schnuck Markets, Inc. Vice President, Sustainability Frontier Natural Products Co-op Jason Wadsworth Sustainability Specialist / Consumer Affairs Christopher Lischewski Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. President and CEO Bumble Bee Foods, LLC Jeanne von Zastrow Scott Martin Senior Director, Sustainability and Industry Relations Director, Sustainable Technologies Food Marketing Institute Hill PHOENIX Eric Ostern Senior Manager, Corporate Responsibility and Community Relations Unilever David Rappaport Senior Director, Corporate Consciousness Seventh Generation, Inc. 28 29
  17. 17. FMI Stakeholder Advisory Council Richard Castle Mission: A unique group of NGOs and Academics whose Director, Seafood role is to share ideas and expertise with the Sustainability Giant Eagle, Inc. Leadership Committee and FMI regarding emerging and current issues as well as provide input on the Jeanne Colleluori development of new industry tools and resources. Communications and Media Specialist Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. Kai Robertson (Chair) Director, Business and Industry, Food and Agriculture Brendon Cull World Wildlife Fund US Director, Government Relations The Kroger Co. Michele Halsell Managing Director Matt Dougan Applied Sustainability Center Vice President, Sales and Marketing University of Arkansas Perishable Distributors of Iowa, Ltd. Anne Johnson Cathy East Director Group Director, Perishables Sustainable Packaging Coalition Safeway Inc. Jonathan Kaplan Jill Elias Senior Policy Specialist Director, Seafood Natural Resources Defense Council Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Marc Mondor Mike Erlandson Principal Vice President, Government Affairs evolve environment::architecture SUPERVALU INC. Minor Sinclair Suzanne Forbes Director, U.S. Regional Office Environmental Affairs Administrator Oxfam America Wakefern Food Corporation Philip Gadsden FMI Sustainable Seafood Working Group Director, Seafood Merchandising Mission: This group’s goal is to engage individuals and Harris Teeter, Inc. companies with expertise to help our industry address sustainable seafood issues in a proactive and positive Phil Gibson way. The group works to accomplish things for the Group Director, Seafood Merchandising industry that individual companies can’t do alone. Safeway Inc. Tracy Taylor (Chair) Mona Golub Senior Buyer Vice President, Public Relations and Consumer Services Ahold USA, Inc. Price Chopper Supermarkets Sherry Casey Senior Director, Nutrition and Regulatory Affairs Loblaw Brands Limited 30 31
  18. 18. Terry Harriman Associate Hannaford Bros. Co Thanks and Recognition We’d like to acknowledge some outstanding organizations Sharon Inch and individuals whose support was invaluable in Merchang, Meat and Seafood developing our summit program this year. Raley’s Family of Fine Stores Tom Linnemann Nadine Bartholomew, Seafood Choices Alliance Buyer, Fresh Meat and Seafood Ted Brown, Brown Sustainability Solutions Target Corporation FMI Sustainability Leadership Committee Michael Loftus California Grocers Association Educational Foundation Director, Meat and Seafood Raley’s Family of Fine Stores Tom Gillpatrick, Portland State University Karen Karp, Sustainable Food Lab Shawn McMurter Joel Makower, GreenBiz.com Director, Meat and Seafood, National Procurement Sobeys Inc Katharine Maroney, ECOS Corporation LLC Kai Robertson, World Wildlife Fund Michael Monahan Buyer, Frozen Meat and Seafood Bill Shireman, Future 500 Target Corporation Sustainable Packaging Coalition Keilly Witman, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Scott Negro Category Manager, Seafood Department Price Chopper Supermarkets Geatano Pizzuti Category Manager, Seafood Publix Super Markets, Inc. David Y. Smith FMI and the Sustainability Leadership Vice President, Retail Strategy Committee express great appreciation to Sobeys Inc. Bob Garrity, our outgoing chairman for his Joanie Taylor incredible commitment and leadership Director, Consumer Affairs and Community Relations since the launch of the Sustainability Schnuck Markets, Inc. Initiative in March 2006. Bob has served Frank N. Thurlow, Jr. tirelessly and his vision and expertise have Director, Meat and Seafood Sales helped move our entire food industry Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. forward faster with understanding and Denise Webster implementing sustainable business Supplier Standards and Policy Manager Fresh and Easy Neighborhood Market practices. His leadership has fostered new areas of stakeholder collaboration we never Jeanne von Zastrow thought possible. Thanks, Bob! Senior Director, Sustainability and Industry Relations Food Marketing Institute 32 33
  19. 19. FMI SUSTAINABILITY STARTER KIT FMI ANTITRUST STATEMENT $100 off for Summit attendees FMI believes strongly in competition. Our antitrust laws Limited Time Only are the rules under which our competitive system operates. It is FMI’s policy to comply in all respects with the antitrust laws. FMI has developed a valuable tool to help Association meetings or workshops by their very nature companies understand how to develop bring competitors together. It is expected that all member and implement sustainability strategies. representatives involved in FMI activities, as well as FMI As a summit special, the FMI Sustainability consultants and other participants, will be sensitive to the legal issues and act in compliance with applicable Starter Kit is available for $100 off the list antitrust and competition laws both at FMI meetings and price for attendees of the Summit. FMI-sponsored events. Order your starter kit until September 1, 2009 Accordingly, it is necessary to avoid discussions of at www.fmi.org/store sensitive topics that can create antitrust concerns. Agreements to fix prices, allocate markets, engage in product boycotts and to refuse to deal with third parties are illegal under the antitrust laws. At any association CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS meeting discussions of prices (including elements of prices such as allowances and credit terms), quality ratings of suppliers, and discussions that may cause a Join us at the competitor to cease purchasing from a particular supplier, or selling to a particular customer, should be avoided. 2010 FMI Sustainability Summit Also, there should be no discussion that might be interpreted as a dividing up of territories. If you would like to present proposals An antitrust violation does not require proof of a formal agreement. A discussion of a sensitive topic, such as for speaking in the future, or if you’d price, followed by action by those involved or present at like to be a summit sponsor, please the discussion is enough to show a price fixing email your request to Jeanne von Zastrow, conspiracy. As a result, those attending an association- sponsored meeting should remember the importance of jvonzastrow@fmi.org by December 1, 2009. avoiding not only unlawful activities, but even the appearance of unlawful activity. Outline for presentation proposals: As a practical matter violations of these rules can have • Title of Session serious consequences for a company and its employees. • Description of Session Antitrust investigations and litigation are lengthy, complex and disruptive. The Sherman Act is a criminal statute, and (objective, focus and “take home” may even result in penalties punishable by steep fines and value for retailers imprisonment. The Justice Department, state attorneys • Recommended Speakers general and any person or company injured by a violation of the antitrust laws may bring an action for three times • Speakers Bios the amount of the damages, plus attorney’s fees. • Contact Information If you have any questions or concerns at this meeting, please bring them to the attention of FMI staff. 34 35
  20. 20. Notes Practical Advice A Expert Guidance A Best Practice Examples A Essential Resources Develop and execute your company’s sustainability strategy with the FMI Sustainability Starter Kit Special $100 discount to Summit This food retail industry specific attendees until resource developed by leaders in September 1, 2009! corporate sustainability will help you effectively respond to the sustainability imperative and meet the demands of the emerging green consumer and evolving marketplace. The Sustainability Starter Kit is divided into seven chapters, each with examples, review questions, practical frameworks and sequential steps and links to external resources. Chapter Outline is as follows: Finding the Right Place to Start Inspirations, Insights and Implications Opportunities and Risks Food Industry Examples Sustainability Strategy Development Glossary of Sustainability Terms Establishing Goals and Metrics Sustainability Resource List Implementation of Plans External Engagement The FMI Sustainability Starter Kit is available in print and PDF format. The PDF format has all the resource links live for easy navigation and access to all the outside resources. Print PDF 2345 Crystal Drive, Suite 800 FMI Members: $195 FMI Members: $245 Arlington, VA 22202 FMI Associate Members: $245 FMI Associate Members: $295 202.452.8444 Non-Members: $395 Non-Members: $445 www.fmi.org printed on recycled paper
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