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A collab collection that hits the heart and stomach

  • Design
  • January 26, 2017
  • Courtney Devereux
A collab collection that hits the heart and stomach

Freedom Furniture has announced a partnership with volunteer-driven charity Bellyful which involves a limited-edition capsule collection of homewares.

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Foodstuffs recycling tonnes of waste

  • News
  • June 16, 2016
  • Jenny Keown
Foodstuffs recycling tonnes of waste

About 20,000 tonnes of waste – equivalent to the volume of waste that fills the space of Eden Park – is diverted away from landfills every year, thanks to Foodstuffs recycling projects. This week Foodstuffs announced it had extended its recycling bag scheme to Canterbury.

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Because you’re worth it: L’Oreal New Zealand on corporate responsibility

  • News
  • March 21, 2016
  • Sarah Dunn
Because you’re worth it: L’Oreal New Zealand on corporate responsibility

L’Oreal, the largest cosmetics brand in New Zealand, has been named one of the world’s most ethical companies by the Ethisphere Institute for the seventh time. We asked L’Oreal NZ country manager Martin Smith how the company translates this focus on ethics into the Kiwi market, and what New Zealanders really want from their cosmetics.

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Packaging-makers Glad nudge consumers into recycling soft plastic waste

  • News
  • February 9, 2016
  • Ahmed Bashir
Packaging-makers Glad nudge consumers into recycling soft plastic waste

US recycling company TerraCycle and plastic packaging company Glad are teaming up to help consumers litter less after lunch. The two companies have created the Glad Food Storage Brigade, a free programme which recycles and upcyclesplastic food storage items.

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