Articles in category: Sustainability Time

Sustainability time, read about the who and how: what are retailers doing to address environmental and social challenges they face, what help are they getting to implement good practice initiatives?

Marks & Spencer and coffee roaster, Matthew Algie, fund climate change initiative

Ethical trading organisation, Twin, has launched an initiative called Adapt Now to help businesses secure smallholder supply chains in a changing climate. Adapt Now’s first project, delivered in partnership with Marks & Spencer (M&S), coffee roaster Matthew Algie and Twin,

Co-operative Food extends Fairtrade chocolate range with indulgent varieties

Co-operative Food extends Fairtrade chocolate range with indulgent varieties

The Co-operative Food is extending its Fairtrade chocolate range with three indulgent new varieties. In stores nationwide from 6 April 2013, the additions to the Fairtrade chocolate come from Ghana and the Dominican Republic and comprise: Truly Irresistible Fairtrade Ghanaian Milk Chocolate with Toffee and

Asda to roll out hub for collaboration on sustainability across supply chain

Asda is expanding its Sustain & Save Exchange programme for suppliers, following the news that it has saved £13m through sustainability innovations over the past year. The scheme, which launched in early 2012, enables Asda and its suppliers to share

Waitrose ties up with Start initiative to launch sustainable living campaign

Waitrose ties up with Start initiative to launch sustainable living campaign

Waitrose has teamed up with Start, the sustainable living initiative inspired by HRH The Prince of Wales, to launch a campaign across its 284 shops, to help people take their next steps towards greener living.  The Start September initiative will feature a selection of