Photo Source: Supermarket News More than ever, consumers are attuned to the impacts of what happens after they’re finished with the food that they buy, specifically the packaging. Because, well, that’s of course all that’s left after we eat what’s inside. According to Packaging Digest, 68% of consumers are now considering criteria pertaining to sustainability
Photo Credit Above: chriskresser.com, istock.com/boogje I remember the first time someone told me that I wasn’t going to make a difference by subbing a cheeseburger for a plant-based burger. It has stuck with me for years. Even drove me to make more sustainable choices to prove that I could indeed make an impact. Why did
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Unilever will be adding their carbon footprint to each product’s packaging. Will this invite other CPG leaders to do the same?
I feel like it’s Christmas …because thredUP finally released their anticipated 2020 resale report! It was supposed to come out pre-COVID however their team took a pause just like the rest of the world. thredUP is considered the leading online marketplace for secondhand clothing. They’re the first of their kind (when we think about scale, ease and efficiency)