Too often, when we set out to bring home healthy groceries for ourselves and our families, we’re confronted at the grocery store by aisle upon aisle of food wrapped or stored in single-use plastic — from salad greens bagged in plastic, to pre-cut fruit in little plastic buckets, to individually wrapped bananas and potatoes.

While grocers such as Wegmans and Whole Foods have helped reduce the flood of plastic shopping bags polluting our communities and environment, the industry as a whole isn’t doing nearly enough to curb the wasteful plastic packaging that comes with so many of its products.

Enough is enough. Our nation’s biggest retailers have the tools to both reduce harmful single-use plastic pollution right now and lay the groundwork for other corporations and institutions to follow suit. Donate today to continue building the grassroots power we need to move our communities beyond plastic.