The Thunder Ranch wind farm in Thunder Ranch, OK produces electricity for Anheuser-Busch


Working with others, we aspire to reshape the way we work to achieve significant and lasting improvement in environmental and social outcomes, in a way that also improves our business. Our approach accelerates us towards our three aspirational goals: to create zero waste, operate with 100% renewable energy and sell products that sustain our resources and the environment. We are using our strengths to not only further work in our own operations, but to also help create a more sustainable value chain.
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  • November 14, 2019
    Nov. 14, 2019 By Elizabeth Walker, Walmart Corporate Affairs It’s the first thing you touch when you walk into a store, and the last thing you touch before you leave the parking lot. The shopping cart has become a quintessential part of the American shopping experience, but have you ever thought about where the carts come from?Most people probably…
  • September 29, 2019
    Sept. 29, 2019 By Ryan Isabell, Senior Buying Manager, Coffee & Cocoa In 2017, we made a commitment to more sustainably source the private brand coffee found in Walmart stores in the U.S. by 2020. As of today – one year early – we’re proud to announce that all coffee sourced for Walmart U.S. private brands is certified sustainable through…