September 22, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Mondelēz International today announced that Cadbury Dairy Milk made in Bournville and sold in the UK and Ireland is to be made with packaging containing up to 30% recycled plastic.
Cadbury, the UK’s biggest food brand, will roll out the packaging innovation on more than 28 million sharing bars in 2022.
Consumers can now enjoy their favorite Oreo with zero-sugar
SHANGHAI, September 9, 2021 /3BL Media/ - In recent years, consumers in China have paid greater attention to their sugar intake. Being keenly aware that reduced-sugar and sugar-control has become an emerging trends in the Chinese market, OREO has launched the sugar-free OREO Zero series sandwich cookies in China. The innovative sugar free recipe also retains OREO’s classic delicious taste while achieving zero sugar, giving consumers a guilty-free enjoyment.
Empowering children through stories in their own language
Only 2% of books published in South Africa are in local African languages, yet 80% of the population speaks a language other than English or Afrikaans.
Our Cadbury Dairy Milk brand wants to change this, with a little bit of glass and a half goodness. All children should get the chance to fall in love with reading, and what better way to do this, than by creating enchanting stories written in their own language.
Record-high number of shareholder resolutions filed in 2014 proxy season drive more aggressive action by top companies on climate-related issues
BOSTON, August 14, 2014 /3BL Media/ – In response to nearly 150 climate-related resolutions filed by institutional investors during the 2014 proxy season, 20 major international corporations have committed to set goals to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions or sustainably source palm oil –a leading driver of global deforestation, which causes nearly 20 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions according to the Environmental Protection Agency. An additional 45 corporate commitments were secured related to sustainability reporting, energy efficiency and carbon asset risk.
As consumers become more aware of palm oil-related deforestation, these 10 top companies are leading the charge and making bold commitments to sustainable sourcing
Mars, Inc announced its committment in March to transition to 100% certified sustainable palm oil in its products by the end of 2014.
As consumers become more aware of palm oil-related deforestation, a select few companies are leading the charge and making bold commitments to sustainable sourcing. There’s still more work to be done, but this week we’re happy to give these 10 companies a well-deserved pat on the back.