Loyalty360 Reads: January 25: 7-Eleven

Noodles & Company Furthers Its Sustainability Commitment with New Initiative
Noodles & Company, the national fast-casual brand serving globally-inspired noodle dishes made fresh to order, announced that it has partnered with Hoffmaster Group Inc., parent company of Aardvark, to replace plastic straws with paper straws in all its restaurants across the country by the end of March 2022.

"In the same way that we care about and nourish our team members, guests, and communities, we believe we have a responsibility to support our planet and contribute to making the future brighter for generations to come," said Stacey Pool, chief marketing officer at Noodles & Company. "This transition allows us to move one step closer towards our commitment to creating a better world."
Stitch Fix Announces Sachin Dhawan as New Chief Technology Officer
Stitch Fix announced Sachin Dhawan is joining the company as Chief Technology Officer effective on Monday, January 24. Dhawan joins Stitch Fix from Visa and reports to Stitch Fix CEO Elizabeth Spaulding.

Sachin was previously the Senior Vice President of Infrastructure & Operations at Visa, where he built and scaled Visa's global technology infrastructure. Before Visa, Sachin was Chief Technology Officer at payments disruptor Blackhawk Network. He spent more than 16 years at PayPal and Microsoft, where he focused on building and growing PayPal's global consumer products and Microsoft's personalization & Ads technology.
7-Eleven's Global Network Hits 77,711 Store Milestone
7-Eleven is now ringing up customers at 77,711 convenience stores globally.

"Since the inception of convenience retailing with the first 7-Eleven store in [Dallas] a lot has changed in how, when and where we do business,'' said President and CEO Joe DePinto. "As customers continue to redefine convenience, we redefine our approach to ensure that we are exceeding their expectations. Today, that means accelerating our sustainability efforts to address social and environmental issues that are important to our customers and the communities in which they live and work."

In addition to the sustainability initiatives already taking place at the local level, 7-Eleven collaborated with Plastic Bank to extract 140 metric tons of ocean-bound plastic from the environment in December 2021. According to the company, that's equivalent to 7 million single-use plastic bottles.

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