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Starbucks unveils ambitious sustainability commitment

Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson makes pledge to be a “resource-positive” company.

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FMCG leaders commit to reduce harmful online content

Unilever, Mars, P&G step up plans to create a responsible media supply chain.

Ferrero tops WWF list for use of sustainable palm oil

Goodman Fielder was the top performing Australian company, Woolworths came in “middle of the pack”, while Coles was “lagging behind”.

Countdown to open second e-store in Christchurch

Supermarket chain building another dark store as online grocery shopping grows.

All over before it began: Kaufland cans plans for Australia

“This was not an easy decision for us.” – Frank Schumann, acting CEO of Kaufland International, announces exit from Australian market.

Not shaken, not stirred: Bond embraces non-alcoholic beverages in latest Heineken ad

The official partner of the last eight James Bond movies is using the opportunity to showcase its latest non-alcoholic creation, Heineken 0.0%.

Asda partners with Unilever and Kellogg’s on refill store trial

Green store initiatives include reverse vending machine for plastic bottles and cans, hanger recycling and a deposit box for unwanted small plastic toys.

Nestlé makes $3bn investment in food-grade recycled plastics

FMCG giant making the switch from virgin plastics to food-grade recycled plastics.

Federal government gives $100k grant to protect Prosecco

Monash University researchers given funding to clarify the legal basis for protecting geographical indications in trade agreements.

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