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Ben & Jerry’s values may not square with parent Unilever when it comes to business in disputed West Bank territory, where the former’s ice cream will no longer be sold. CEO Alan Jope says only that Unilever remains committed to its business in Israel, where it has invested more than ILS 1bn over the last decade.
HBW Insight looks back at PAGB's Digital Week to extract the five must-know things for the OTC industry.
To mark International Self-Care Day, HBW Insight talks to the Global Self Care Federation's director general, Judy Stenmark, about the impact of pandemic on the global self-care industry, as well as what GSCF is doing to promote self-care in the wake of the pandemic.
The Los Angeles-based clean beauty pioneer heralded the environmentally friendly relaunch during its June discussion of fiscal 2021 first-quarter results, which included 42% growth in its Skin and Personal Care division.
Cosmetic products with “EWG Verified” status are being highlighted on Amazon as offerings that help to “preserve the natural world.” Consumers can look for Amazon’s “Climate Pledge Friendly” logo on product listings and visit product pages for more information on supporting certifications.
“We are actively researching how to be the first OTC pharmaceutical firm to have a blister strip that satisfies regulations that is also recyclable,” reveals Perrigo's sustainability chief Steve Ramus in an exclusive interview with HBW Insight. Ramus also talks about the importance of being genuine when approaching ESG strategy.
Shareholders and market analysts have been watching for Coty’s next Kylie Cosmetics play following the firm’s $600m deal in 2019 for a majority stake in the celeb’s highly followed makeup and skin-care business. More cosmetics news in brief.
EU Business Round-Up: Vision Acquires Nutriment, P&G Researching Sustainable Supply Chains, ThermaCare Relaunched In Nordics
The latest European business news: Vision Healthcare grows subscription supplements offering with Nutriment acquisition; P&G opens sustainable supply chains innovation center in Germany; and Navamedic relaunches global pain-relief brand ThermaCare in the Nordics.
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