Kaiser Permanente created the industry’s first Sustainable Food Scorecard, which allows the organization to rate suppliers and vendors and select the vendors who can best support the organization’s sustainable food purchasing initiatives.
Great job, Kathleen Reed and team, in working to create a healthier food system for all.
“Kaiser Permanente spends approximately $52 million on food each year,” explains Reed. “So we want to use our purchasing power to begin shifting the supply chain towards more sustainable food options. And the Sustainable Food Scorecard is critical to that process.”