Our Commitment to Sustainable Packaging

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Our Commitment to Sustainable and Ethical Sourcing

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Our Commitment to Being a Green Headquarters

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“As we grow larger as a company, our environmental footprint also continues to expand. In keeping with our goal to impact lives across the globe, we are committed to doing what’s right in terms of impacting the planet. That means striving to increase our sustainability efforts and constantly seeking new ways to do even more. At Isagenix, we are committed to working as One Team to take action today so we can have a healthy planet for our future.”

Erik Coover, Isagenix Senior Vice President of Global Field Development and Culture

Our Commitment to Sustainable Packaging

We’re committed to choosing environmentally friendly packaging for our products and integrating sustainable materials wherever feasible.

  • Our goal of zero-waste packaging by 2028 is an ambitious stretch goal that we know won’t be easy to attain. Nonetheless, through advancements in sustainable packaging materials and greater adoption of recycling technologies in communities across the world, we aim to convert all packaging components to be zero waste over the next 10 years.
  • The philosophy of zero waste is that there is no such thing as waste. Our goal is to convert all packaging components to be made of recyclable, reusable, compostable, or recycled materials by 2028. For tips on recycling our products, check out our flyer.
  • While zero waste is our goal, the quality of our products remains our No. 1 priority. We are always looking for high-quality materials that will allow us to reduce our environmental impact while maintaining product integrity.
  • As of Earth Day 2018, Isagenix began transitioning bottles and canisters to 100 percent post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic, starting with more than 8 million IsaLean™ Shake and IsaPro® canisters produced annually. By 2023, we aim to make all bottles and canisters out of 100 percent PCR plastic.

Our Commitment to Sustainable and Ethical Sourcing

We’re committed to sourcing ingredients sustainably and ethically.  

  • Since the founding of our company in 2002, we’ve sourced most of our dairy from suppliers in New Zealand to meet and maintain our high-quality standards. To support growing demand for our products worldwide, Isagenix has expanded to using quality suppliers in Australia and in the northwestern United States that align with our no-compromise standards. Read more about our responsible dairy sourcing. 
  • For our high-concentration omega-3 oil product, IsaOmega™, we source fish oil (from anchovies and sardines) that meets certification requirements for Friend of the Sea. This certification confirms that target stocks are not overexploited and that there is no impact on the seabed, no bycatch of endangered species, and a gradual reduction of carbon footprint.
  • We seek out ingredient suppliers who demonstrate a focus on sustainability. These include suppliers of important ingredients such as botanicals, natural sweeteners and flavors, and vitamins and minerals.
  • We use our influence to encourage our ingredient suppliers to strengthen ethical and sustainable production practices. We’re dedicated to continuously improving our ingredient sourcing and resource management to reduce our carbon footprint and decrease landfill waste.

 

Our Commitment to Being a Green Headquarters

At Isagenix World Headquarters, we’re committed to making sustainable changes that will reduce our impact on the environment.

  • Our corporate office is LEED certified for its exterior. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification is a globally recognized symbol of sustainability.
  • Installed on parking structures in 2018, our solar panels are expected to provide more than 57,700 kilowatt-hours of renewable energy annually, allowing clean energy to power one-third of our headquarters.
  • In 2016, we stopped using plastic bottles, and we provide all employees with reusable bottles and cups. We also introduced new technology to reduce printing and reduced paper usage by 40 percent.
  • We offer a trip-reduction program that monetarily incentivizes employees to reduce emissions by taking alternative transportation to work such as carpooling, biking, or riding the bus.