A Greener Reliv

fsc You may have noticed that the 2011 National Conference program was printed on 100% recycled paper. At Reliv, we have also switched over to 100% FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) approved recycled paper for our Master Affiliate Newsletter and Lifestyle Magazine. We’ve also eliminated the extra paper used on flyers, and incorporated that information into the newsletter. It’s a simple step that will make a big difference toward sustainability of our natural resources. To learn more about what it means to be FSC-approved click here.

What do you think of the changes? What steps are you taking to be more eco-friendly in your own Reliv business?

6 thoughts on “A Greener Reliv

  1. Reliv cans are already made of recyclable materials. Plus, they are even “greener” for the environment because instead of a bunch of premixed shakes in single serving containers, you get 28 servings in one small, compact container. Packing so much into a small space saves space in shipping too. Fewer shipments mean less transportation pollution as well!

    In addition, our plastic containers, including the new 24K bottles are also recyclable.

  2. Reliv cans are already made of recyclable materials. Plus, they are even “greener” for the environment because instead of a bunch of premixed shakes in single serving containers, you get 28 servings in one small, compact container. Packing so much into a small space saves space in shipping too. Fewer shipments mean less transportation pollution as well!

    In addition, our plastic containers, including the new 24K bottles are also recyclable.

  3. Reliv cans are already made of recyclable materials. Plus, they are even “greener” for the environment because instead of a bunch of premixed shakes in single serving containers, you get 28 servings in one small, compact container. Packing so much into a small space saves space in shipping too. Fewer shipments mean less transportation pollution as well!

    In addition, our plastic containers, including the new 24K bottles are also recyclable.

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