CPG and the COVID-19 Vaccine
Protecting the Workforce
As manufacturers of products critical to Americans’ ability to stay home, the CPG industry has contended with incredible demand for more than 18 months.
Who’s on CPG’s front line? There are 1.2 million working in manufacturing, 360,000 in trucking and transportation and 142,000 in facility maintenance.
It has met that demand with a dedicated workforce, made up of 1.7 million essential employees who have taken on extra hours and shifts to ensure consumers have what they need.
Consumer Brands is committed to keeping the industry informed on the latest guidance, engagement opportunities and thought leadership as the vaccine rollout continues.
Here’s what CPG leaders can do help protect their workforce, better coordinate with state and local partners and promote wide adoption of the vaccine.
- Facility address, name, identification and type.
- A corporate and local point of contact.
Join Our Peer Exchange
Consumer Brands has launched a Vaccine Exchange, a peer-to-peer forum that provides need-to-know updates and facilitates sharing of unique insights from industry participants.
Exchanges are hosted weekly on Fridays at 2:00 p.m. ET.
Your experiences matter.
Help us amplify your concerns, comments and on-the-ground observations to lawmakers, the media and other major stakeholders.
It’s never been more important to have the most up-to-date information at your fingertips.
We’ve curated lists of the essential contacts, collateral and guidance you need to stay current on what’s relevant to your company and community.
What’s new from the administration.
*This resource is designed for health care workers but is likely applicable to the CPG industry.
In the News
Read the latest on our efforts to ensure the consumer packaged goods workforce remains top of mind as the vaccine rollout continues.
7 Ways CPG Takes Care of its Workforce
Consumer Packaged Goods Industry Urges White House Clarity, Partnership on Vaccine Requirements
President Biden’s COVID-19 Action Plan Requires Clarity for Businesses in ‘Hours, Not Weeks’
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