Target Rep Guest Of Honor At Twitter Party For Sustainability Chat
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and MomsRising invited Target’s sustainability manager to discuss the retailer’s sustainability and product-ranking plan in a Dec. 17 Twitter chat that drew 171 participants.
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