Responsible Consumption & Production

Kimberly-Clark's Costa Rican recycling push

Some countries embrace recycling more readily than others, and it’s probably fair to say that, in the past, Costa Rica was something of a laggard when it comes to reusing and repurposing waste.

Kraft carries on what Cadbury's started with Fairtrade cocoa

When Cadbury’s entered into an agreement in 2009 to make its world famous Dairy Milk bars using Fairtrade cocoa, it was taking the step on a long path to delivering a more secure future for some of the world’s most vulnerable farmers.

Kraft sneaks additives out of iconic Mac and Cheese

When Kraft decided to change the recipe of its iconic Macaroni and Cheese - ditching artificial preservatives for a combination of paprika, annatto and turmeric - you’d have thought they’d be shouting all natural from the rafters.

Kroger brings Hope to the Table for America's hungry

Kroger’s Bringing Hope to the Table program aims to help the 1 in 7 Americans who can’t afford enough to eat. It builds on a tradition which began with founder Barney Kroger giving day-old bread to hungry neighbors 130 years ago and developed with the group’s partnership with Feeding America that started more than 40 years ago.

Making fuel from corn waste - sustainably

Cellulosic ethanol is a fuel that can be created from the Biomass by-product of corn farming, creating an alternative for all this waste other than the compost heap. In large corn producing areas, such as the western plains states of the USA, the energy has proven to be a long elusive dream - with its predecessor, corn ethanol, proving to be detrimental to the land.

Mars explains the cocoa sourcing trail

Ever wonder where chocolate comes from? Mars Inc, whose portfolio of brands includes snickers, M&Ms and more, wanted to show stakeholders where its chocolate comes from, where it’s made, how it’s certified and ultimately how it gets to your mouth.

McDonald's stresses authenticity through supplier stories

Probably the most well-known fast food brand on the planet, McDonald’s has faced its fair share of criticism, which is often focused on supply chains, production methods and ingredients sourcing.

Mondelez promotes better nutrition through product information

In an attempt to have a positive impact on nutrition as well as expand into growing market segment, Mondelez has been working on improving nutritional value of its products.

MUD Jeans offers a clean circular economy model

Renting and leasing, instead of owning, is set to play a bigger part in how we consume products in the future.

Naked Juice tackles "food deserts"

Nearly 24 million Americans live in “food deserts” with no access to affordable, quality, fresh fruits and vegetables.

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