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At Publix, Every Day is Earth Day

From supporting sustainable fisheries to encouraging the use of reusable bags, we’re proud to do good together and promote practices that help our earth all year.

Our story in the Everglades.

We are committed to helping protect, conserve, and restore this precious ecosystem as well as other major water resources in our footprint. Adding to our existing work with the Arbor Day Foundation in Florida, we’re now supporting the National Audubon Society in the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in the western Everglades, and the National Park Foundation to restore the saline glades in the Everglades National Park.

Learn more about our efforts to support the Everglades.

Better Seafood Practices

Sustainable seafood starts with finding partners who share our passion, like the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP). This year, our donation will help the SFP guide and support global fishery improvement projects, including a Canadian wild-caught snow crab fishery testing new gear that will reduce the risk of entanglement with the North Atlantic right whale. To learn more, visit*

Better Bags. Better Tomorrow.

We reduce our paper and plastic grocery bag usage through better training, ambitious goals, and more support from our shoppers. Thanks to more customers making the switch to reusable bags, we continue to see reductions in these areas. Ready to see the latest numbers?

Giving Back. Never Giving Up.

Taking care of the planet means taking care of the people on it. By establishing a perishable food recovery program and partnering with Feeding America® member food banks, we’re able to donate food to help alleviate hunger throughout our communities.

Our Planet. Our Passion.

Now is the time to celebrate our accomplishments. We will continue to innovate and improve because at Publix, a better tomorrow is worth the effort.

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