Jack DiMartino


Londonderry, NH, United States





Job Title

Packaging Engineer


Stonyfield Farms


Jack is a Packaging Science graduate from RIT and has 10 years of experience in the packaging industry including Seneca Foods, Prestige Brands and Kraft Foods.

He is a member Stonyfields' "Mission Action Plan" Team, and was a member of Kraft's Global Sustainability Team as the North American Beverage Packaging lead prior to that.

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  • Scorecards

    I think most would agree, that unless it's an LCA program, most scorecards are really more of a comparitive tools than anything else. Directionally, they will give you an idea of which package or material might be more environmentally beneficial than another candidate. A tool is only as good as it's data, and that data is constantly changing due to the industry. So whether is the Wal-Mart Packaging Scorecard, COMPASS or anyone else's tool of choice, my advice would be to plug your data into 2 or 3 different tools and look at all the results to get a basic feel for your current or test package/ material. If you intend on making an environmental claim with facts and figures behind it, a life cycle analysis might be the best route. Although it will cost you some time and money to follow through with an LCA, it would be your best option to avoid green-washing.

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