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HBW Insight’s Key Takeaways From 2021: #2 Get Serious About Sustainability

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In 2021 the consumer health industry ramped up its sustainability efforts, with many firms publishing ambitious “net zero” transition strategies. As 2022 gets underway, recyclable or reusable packaging and consumer behavior change stand out as priority areas for further work, alongside carbon emissions reduction. To counter potential accusations of “greenwashing,” companies must be truthful and transparent about their ESG progress.

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