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sustainability

sustainability Archives

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Smart move: Nestlé makes Smarties packaging 100 per cent recycled

Confectionery giant Nestlé plans to remove around 150 million plastic packaging worldwide every year.
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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."
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Countdown starts work on New Zealand’s first Green Star-rated supermarket

Green Star helps plan, design and build Richmond Countdown in a completely different way.

Indonesia palm oil deforestation exposing firms to US$10 billion of risks

Major FMCG companies using palm oil in products could cost themselves more than $10 billion this year, according to a st...

Tip Top introduces 100-per-cent recyclable bread tags

Tip Top’s new 100-per-cent recyclable bread tags will remove 11 million plastic tags from South Australia’s waste stream...

Constellation’s Round Theory breaks wine bottle convention

Round Theory reinvents the wine bottle to appeal to consumers with a passion for sustainability.
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Pepsi rolls out first new 2-litre bottle in nearly 30 years

After nearly 30 years, Pepsi has unveiled a new 2l bottle design in the US.

McDonald’s has started building its 1000th restaurant in Australia

The global fast food brand will open its first sustainable flagship in Australia later this year.

Diageo to bring paper Johnnie Walker bottle to market

Unilever and PepsiCo among FMCG giants to embrace paper bottle technology driven by Diageo.

Dan Murphy’s opens its most energy efficient store complete with electric car charging station

Dan Murphy's store in Batemans Bay features a 53KWH solar roof, LED lighting and a electric car charger for customers.

Waste warrior: dealing with Australia’s systemic food waste problem

Joint investment in packaging innovation to extend shelf life is particularly important in the current environment, expe...

Wrong bin! Australia is perplexed by plastic

SPONSORED: Right or wrong, in the eye of the consumer the duty is on suppliers to do more about sustainability.

In the bag: The Swag offers sustainable alternative to plastic produce bags

Peita Pini details her journey to creating The Swag.

Winning worker hearts and minds is key to companies achieving their green goals

A lot of companies can talk the talk when it comes to sustainability but relatively few companies actually achieve their...

Starbucks unveils ambitious sustainability commitment

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

Packaging for the planet

The development of the 2025 National Packaging Targets aims to help manufacturers and retailers move towards more sustai...

Aussie B Corps join global commitment to net zero emissions

Australia's Honest to Goodness, Elkie & Ark and KeepCup were among 44 Aussie companies who joined a collective commitmen...

A pod star in the making

Kirsten and Mark Williams, founders of Star Eco Products, have created a sustainable coffee pod.

Woolworths opens its most sustainable supermarket at Burwood Brickworks

Woolworths' Burwood Brickworks store a culmination of the retailer’s sustainability efforts to-date.