FMC Sustainability

Our Commitment to Sustainability

Fresh and healthy foods distributed by FMC teams in Philadelphia

FMC seeks to impact some of the world’s most pressing global challenges, including increased need for food and health care for a growing population. We work to address this challenge in our local neighborhoods, including Philadelphia – home of FMC’s corporate headquarters. We partner with Philabundance, Philadelphia’s largest hunger relief organization, to understand and provide solutions for the crucial issue of hunger in the region.

Philabundance’s “Fresh for All” program provides fresh produce to people in need through farmer’s market-type events that occur regularly in neighborhoods throughout Philadelphia. On August 21st, FMC’s Sustainability team and members of FMC Health and Nutrition’s logistics team joined with Philabundance in South Philadelphia to distribute produce such as bananas, eggplant, corn, peaches and potatoes to neighbors. FMC representatives volunteer at the “Fresh for All” events each month.

Monica Edmunds, Logistics and Distribution Coordinator, FMC Health and Nutrition, Blair Sturm, Sustainability Engineer, and Mildred Abreu, Logistics and Distribution Specialist, FMC Health & Nutrition distribute fresh food to Philadelphia neighbors.

Monica Edmunds, Logistics and Distribution Coordinator, FMC Health and Nutrition, Blair Sturm, Sustainability Engineer, and Mildred Abreu, Logistics and Distribution Specialist, FMC Health & Nutrition distribute fresh food to Philadelphia neighbors.

FMC volunteers (L to R) Mildred Abreu, Sara Drexler, Monica Edmunds, Linda Froelich and Blair Sturm.

FMC volunteers (L to R) Mildred Abreu, Sara Drexler, Monica Edmunds, Linda Froelich and Blair Sturm.

Sustainability at FMC means ensuring the health of our communities. Linda Froelich, Global Sustainability Director, talks with our neighbors while distributing produce.

Sustainability at FMC means ensuring the health of our communities. Linda Froelich, Global Sustainability Director, talks with our neighbors while distributing produce.

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