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Loop Circular Shopping System Pilot Begins in the United States

Loop Circular Shopping System Pilot Begins in the United States

The Loop circular shopping system officially launched a pilot program this week for the Mid-Atlantic region. First introduced in January at the World Economic Forum and spearheaded by TerraCycle, the new delivery service has support from major brands including Procter & Gamble, Unilever, PepsiCo, Nestlé, and UPS.

Unilever North America Increases Recycled Packaging Efforts

Unilever North America Increases Recycled Packaging Efforts

Unilever North America is picking up the pace on recycled content use through several new initiatives. The company wants to reach 50% recycled content in their plastic packaging by the end of 2019.

CDP: Most Fast Moving Consumer Brands Failing on Low Carbon Innovation

CDP: Most Fast Moving Consumer Brands Failing on Low Carbon Innovation

CDP analyst Christie Clarke shares insights from a new report that ranks 16 of the largest and publicly listed fast moving consumer goods companies on their business readiness for a low-carbon transition.

Unilever Unveils Reusable Packaging for 9 Brands

Unilever Unveils Reusable Packaging for 9 Brands

Unilever recently unveiled reusable packaging innovations across nine of its brands, including four new product formats. The new products will be trialed on Loop, a global, waste-free shopping system announced this week. Bringing together a coalition of consumer goods companies, along with international recycling company TerraCycle, Loop is a business … Read more »

TerraCycle Launches Loop Circular Delivery Service with Major Brands

TerraCycle Launches Loop Circular Delivery Service with Major Brands

Global recycling organization TerraCycle unveiled a new circular delivery service for consumers called Loop. The coalition supporting this reusable and returnable system includes Procter & Gamble, Unilever, PepsiCo, Mondelez International, Nestlé, Danone, and UPS.

Unilever Expands Sustainable Products Line with Exclusive Target Launch

Unilever Expands Sustainable Products Line with Exclusive Target Launch

Unilever’s strategy to appeal to Millennials includes a new expansion of its Love Beauty & Planet line of natural and sustainable personal care products; the packaged goods giant is launching a Love Home & Planet line of cleaners, exclusively available at 500 select target stores, according to Glossy. Millennial customers, … Read more »

Unilever and Veolia Ink Deal Spurring Circular Economy for Plastics

Unilever and Veolia Ink Deal Spurring Circular Economy for Plastics

Unilever and Veolia signed an agreement on Thursday to work together on creating a circular economy for plastics starting in India and Indonesia. Under the three-year partnership, both companies plan to focus on material collection and moving recycled content back into the value chain.

Cargill Says New Bottling Line Will Use Fully Recyclable PET, Reduce Packaging Waste

Cargill Says New Bottling Line Will Use Fully Recyclable PET, Reduce Packaging Waste

Cargill, the largest privately held corporation in the US in terms of revenue, has invested $10 million to install a bottling line at its Sidney, Ohio, crush and refinery factory which the company says is the most efficient bottling technology of its kind. The technology will deliver an annual 75%

Unilever, Walmart Announce Forest Sustainability Initiatives at the Global Climate Action Summit

London / Bentonville – Today, at the Global Climate Action Summit (GCAS) in San Francisco, USA, Unilever committed to supporting work in Sabah, Malaysia as part of the strategy to achieving a deforestation free supply chain and further reducing emissions. Unilever will help sustainably certify 60,000 hectares in Sabah, Malaysia … Read more »

Global Food Companies Test IBM’s Blockchain System for Traceability

Global Food Companies Test IBM’s Blockchain System for Traceability

Over the past year, a group of top global retailers and food companies have been working with IBM on testing blockchain technology to improve traceability in their supply chains. The companies include Nestlé, Unilever, and Walmart. Now CIO Journal reports on how some of the tests are going.

Multinationals Join Large-Scale Push for Zero Emission Vehicles

Multinationals Join Large-Scale Push for Zero Emission Vehicles

The Climate Group launched a new initiative this week called Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Challenge that unites the global purchasing power of businesses, cities, states, regions, and NGOs for electric and other non-fossil-fuel vehicles. Multinationals including Unilever, LeasePlan, and Metro AG have already accepted the challenge.

Gartner Releases Supply Chain Top 25, Including These with Perfect 10 CSR Score

Gartner Releases Supply Chain Top 25, Including These with Perfect 10 CSR Score

Unilever, Inditex, Cisco Systems, Colgate-Palmolive and Intel make up the top five companies with the strongest supply chains, as categorized by Gartner, Inc’s annual Supply Chain Top 25 list. These all achieved a perfect 10 score for CSR. Learn more about the top companies as ranked by Gartner, plus tips on how to make a sustainable supply chain a reality.

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