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Sustainability

Unilever outlines major inclusivity program

Unilever outlines major inclusivity program

Unilever has set out global commitments and actions it hopes will help drive a more equitable and inclusive society. The company aims to achieve those goals by preparing people for the future of work, creat...
Unpacking Australia’s appetite for plant-based meat
How wine company The Hidden Sea mixes business with social purpose
Palm oil planters say protest campaigns hinder sustainability shift
Thai hospital serves up cannabis cuisine to happy customers

Sustainability Archives

Little evidence coffee companies’ sustainability efforts have impact

Most coffee farmers operate at a loss and are unable to produce sustainably, a major report says.
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Nivea launches in-store shower-gel refill station to reduce packaging waste

Shower-gel solution will be trialled for six to eight months in selected DM stores in Germany.

Why packaging needs to be a top priority for brands and retailers

A consumer intelligence platform Toluna, reveals that one in five shoppers rate sustainability to define their choice of...
Taylors Wines

Taylors Wines to help save endangered White’s seahorse

Taylors Wines partners with the Sydney Institute of Marine Science.

Unilever unveils deforestation-free supply chain promise

Palm oil, soy bean and paper suppliers put on notice.
Man eats cricket with chopsticks

Massive growth projected for edible insect market

Crickets, mealworms, cicadas, grasshoppers and even Black Soldier Flies look set to make the menu of far more consumers.

McDonald’s commits to RSPCA-approved chicken across network

Three suppliers commit to new standards, effective February.
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OC Naturals solves a common problem with sustainable bottle design

Natures Organics also uses solar powered panels to reduce its carbon emissions by more than 4500 tonnes.

NZ dairy giants team up to tackle nitrogen leaching

“We’re all about finding ways to ensure Aotearoa New Zealand has a thriving environment and a thriving farming economy."

How much plastic are you eating?

In a month, we ingest the weight of a 4x2 Lego brick in plastic, and in a year, the amount of plastic in a fireman's hel...
Swift Parrot

Mars Birdcare joins fight to save Australia’s Swift Parrot

Mars Birdcare is working with Birdlife Australia to help save the endangered Swift Parrot.
Israeli PM tastes cultivated meat

Israel PM becomes first head of state to taste cultivated meat

"It's delicious and guilt-free, I can't taste the difference," says Israel's PM after tasting cultivated meat.
Open Farm dog food

Open Farm is set to shake up pet-food market with ethical sourcing

Here's how Open Farm is offering a sustainable alternative to mainstream pet foods.

Nestle to spend US$3.58 billion to cut carbon emissions

Nestle plans to invest US$$3.58 billion over the next five years to progress towards its goal of net zero emissions by 2...

In world first, Singapore approves lab-grown chicken meat

Lab-grown chicken meat will soon be produced and sold in Singapore.