Sustainable Brands Current Newsletter

This week has been chock-full of examples of companies and organizations making it easier for consumers to make better choices for their health and wellbeing. Whether through choosing better consumer products, foods and fashion or enabling access to eyecare for those in need, our highlights this week illustrate more ways brands can make Meaningful Connections.

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BUSINESS
UK Gov Proposes Tax, Other Incentives to Help End Throwaway Fashion
The Environmental Audit Committee is calling on the UK government to make fashion retailers take responsibility for the waste they create.
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BUSINESS
How VSP Global Drives Growth, Impact Through Purpose
The optical health company’s goal to “provide access to affordable, high-quality eye care and eyewear to the world” guides business development, branding, product innovation and other integral operations.
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BUSINESS
BP’s Energy Outlook, 2019 Clean200 Show Undeniable Power of Renewables
The Carbon Clean 200 are already capitalizing on the transition to a low-carbon future; BP’s latest scenarios support that strategy.
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COMMUNICATIONS
Knorr, WWF Suggest 50 Future Foods to Fix Our Food System
From naturally pest-resistant grains to vitamin-rich flowers and drought-defying roots, they outline 50 nutritious foods that are better for our health and environment.
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INNOVATION
CPG Transparency Platform Now Incentivizes Consumers to Choose Sustainable Products
Almond, a groundbreaking economic framework that aims to tackle the world of sustainable consumer goods, rewards those who make an effort to purchase sustainable products and help to combat cheap consumer goods.
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INNOVATION
Renewal Mill: Turning By-Products Into More Nutritious Food
Through its proprietary technology, the company transforms organic, high-fiber food by-product streams into nutritious raw ingredients.
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