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Sustainability

A Good Time bar none: Who Gives a Crap launches new brand

A Good Time bar none: Who Gives a Crap launches new brand

Banking on the growing market of eco-friendly body care products, the minds behind toilet paper darling Who Gives a Crap last week launched a new unisex hair and body bar brand: Good Time. The brand offers ...
Ampol unveils its first electric charging outlet, in Sydney
Why brands are developing an appetite for cutting food waste
Red Rooster adds EV charging to its menu
Woolworths, Pact team up to boost circular packaging

Sustainability Archives

BabyLove launches premium eco nappy range

The brand says the materials used in these nappies are sustainably sourced, high quality and ethically manufactured.
Retailers seek national alignment on phasing out single-use plastics (1)

Retailers seek national alignment on phasing out single-use plastics

Paul Zahra, ARA CEO, said complex state and territory legislation includes eliminating 18 separate single-use plastic it...
Huon Aquaculture rolls out its first fully recyclable packaging

Huon Aquaculture rolls out its first fully recyclable packaging

The new MAP (Modified Atmosphere Packaging) trays are fully recyclable from the film and cardboard to their label.

Myer, Close the Loop partner to recycle cosmetics packaging waste

CEO of Close the Loop Group, Joe Foster, said the initiative will pave the way for the global cosmetics industry to be m...

Pringles ditches the cap to reduce plastic waste

The change in packaging is expected to convert 26 tonnes of plastic waste per year in Australia.

Naked Life Spirits launches series to celebrate workplace sobriety

"We aim to promote the concept that you don’t need to consume alcohol to be involved,” said David Andrew, founder and CE...

Coles Group raises $1.7 million for food-delivery charity

Through the partnership, the retailer has donated unsold edible food to more than 1400 community groups across the count...

How a fatty fish may foreshadow climate change’s threat to Japan’s sushi

"The fatty katsuo must have something to do with the water temperature," said the 70-year-old Nakajo.

Farmers Pick to partner with OzHarvest, launch in Sydney

The company says it has saved 700,000 kgs of produce from going to waste since its inception in 2020.

Eco-soap start-up wins Trans-Tasman Innovation and Growth Awards

Pleasant State will receive a prize package that includes a cash injection of $25,000 AUD as well as an exclusive invit...

Provenance drives WA couple to create Block 275 pure canola oil

Sustainability is at the very heart of every process in the production of Fiona and Liam’s canola oil.

Tea brothers urge Aussies to ‘sip for Sri Lanka’ as crisis worsens

Founded by brothers Chris and Lawrence Seaton, Origin Tea imports around 200,000kgs of Ceylon tea annually from Sri Lank...

Revealed: The emerging brands that should be on your radar

Today, Inside FMCG is launching its first ever ‘Ones to watch’ report, an exciting showcase of emerging brands that are ...
Vitasoy x Mulloon

Vitasoy helps growers reduce rain runoff, easing water shortages

The rehydration projects have helped slow down water flow, minimise runoff, increase soil carbon, and create more biodiv...

Chatham Island seafood company wins top NZ food award

Three gold medals went to the company for its blue cod, pure pua mince, and pua pies.