This post is sponsored by Gerber, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
When I look at my four, beautiful kids – I see futures, and hope, and so many good things to come. And none of it will be possible if our planet isn’t being taken care of. The simplest, smallest things can have a larger impact than you may think.
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That’s why I am so excited and honored to be partnering with Gerber to share their new initiative. Gerber was founded on the ambition to give babies the best start in life. That’s why their work doesn’t stop at nutrition, and why every day, they take action to protect the planet so Gerber babies will grow and thrive for generations to come. This new initiative and partnership with Terracycle is one of many steps toward Gerber’s goal to achieve 100% recyclable or reusable packaging by 2025. Their commitment to sustainability is about giving parents a hand in making their baby’s future that much brighter.
It makes me so happy that we can buy and support snacks from Gerber, recycle the packaging, and know that this small act is actively helping to change the future for our kids.
Gerber believes the baby food industry should help create a world where babies thrive – which is why 80% of their packaging is already able to be recycled! For the remainder of their packaging, Gerber is partnering with global recycling leader TerraCycle on a recycling program that supports the recovery of hard-to-recycle baby food packaging on a national scale. By sending in your baby food empties, you can help recycle baby food products to create a healthier planet and brighter future for baby.
Confused about which Gerber products to recycle? Check out the infographic from TerraCycle below and consult the How2Recycle label on your packaging. If it can be recycled in your blue bin – toss it in! Otherwise, package it up with your other hard-to-recycle baby food packaging and send it to TerraCycle, free of charge.
Let’s start with this small act of kindness for our planet, and make a big impact… together.
Visit https://www.gerber.com/sustainability for more info!