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Fairprice Annual and Sustainability Report 2017

Fairprice | Sep 25, 2018

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NTUC FairPrice is the largest supermarket chain in Singapore and recently released its latest sustainability report, which covers data and activities in the 2017 calendar year. Fairprice has identified four key sustainable priorities for the business, namely responsible retailing, building a wonderful workplace, community care and maintaining a sustainable environment.

Highlights of the report include:

– Over a course of five months, the discount on fruits and vegetables amounted to over S$330,000 in savings for customers
– In 2017, FairPrice Volunteers Programme contributed close to 5,000 volunteer hours and reached out to more than 700 beneficiaries through over 70 activities
– Last year, FairPrice saved close to 11.5 million plastic bags and over S$570,000 in FairPrice Green Rewards rebates were given to reward customers for their efforts
– The NTUC FairPrice Foundation Milk Fund is estimated to benefit 35,000 babies per year over a three-year period and will cost FairPrice about S$14 million.

Download the full report here.

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