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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.
Wish online, a site that holds a similar model to the popular AliExpress, is a cave of cheap, ever expansive wonders. Below you’ll find the top weirdest, loosely helpful items to benefit your business.
Our sister publication, Idealog, is exploring commercial opportunities connected with the devil's lettuce as part of a series. They've brainstormed some innovative brands some entrepreneurial pot enthusiast might like to adopt if it's legalised.
A new Instagram called Diet Prada is making noise within the retail industry. The account with over half a million followers is used specifically to call out large fashion houses for copying each other’s designs. But how far can inspiration be claimed before it is unoriginal?
As Mother's Day passes for 2018, Stoppress takes a look at what retailers were bringing in the motherly love.
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Dolce and Gabbana has united with Smeg once more. The new collection offers an entire kitchen set up, decorated by a small group of artists for a not so small price tag.