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McDonald’s and Burger King have taken their competition to the streets, with both taking over billboards to prove they are either the king or the biggest.
Based in Taupo, this independent florist shows her impressive creations through her page, often showcasing new designs and techniques for beautiful bouquets.
In our 'Gram of the week series we look at an Instagram of a retailer that particularly stands out. This week, its clean, green and meticulously organised. Much like its stores, the Instagram of GoodFor wholefoods refillery is an impressive expression of the company’s waste-free ethos.
In a further show of support for the love of soccer, I Love Ugly has continued from its Legends collection with its next Fifa inspired collection. This time the focus is on the fans.
Designer cashmere label, Elle + Riley, has partnered with Bridge Bully Rescue in order to raise funds and awareness for the charity which supports bully dog breeds.
Recent research by Countdown suggests more than 80 percent of its customers support phasing out single-use plastic bags at checkout. There’s been broad support across many other retail categories for a move away from plastic bags, too, with New World, Pak'n Save, Four Square and Mitre 10 joining the fray and The Warehouse introducing compostable bags. But we’ve noticed a certain amount of griping from the other 20 percent of shoppers.