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Paper and Paper-based Packaging
To support these efforts, we have established Forest Products Purchasing Guidelines, and a Forest Products Suppliers Questionnaire, which are used to gather information from suppliers regarding the certified content and source of a forest-based product. Our membership in the World Wildlife Fund’s North America Forest and Trade Network has helped us understand both the threats to our forests and the ways to protect them. As a buyer of forest products such as office paper, packaging, furniture, raw materials and building materials, Johnson & Johnson is positioned to make procurement decisions that may help influence responsible forest management.
Our Healthy Planet 2010 goal sought to ensure 90 percent of the office paper used and 75 percent of paper-based packaging produced and contained more than 30 percent post-consumer recycled (PCR) content or fiber from certified forests. We exceeded both of these measures -- 97 percent of paper-based packaging and 92 percent of office paper met these criteria. Over the next five years, we aim to further reduce our paper-based packaging in our Consumer Product businesses.
For more information on packaging, see the Product Stewardship section on Packaging.