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Frugi Launches Brand New Website

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Ethical and sustainable children’s clothing company Frugi, has launched its brand-new website this week. Like Frugi itself, the website captures the fun and liveliness...

Green is the new black: Sustainability is now front of mind for luxury shoppers

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A new report from Klarna, a leading global retail bank, payments and shopping service, reveals that consumers are changing the way they think about...

Morrisons pledges to reduce carbon emissions in supply chain

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Morrisons has announced plans to work with its own-brand suppliers to reduce carbon emissions across parts of the supply chain out of its control...

McDonald’s opens first net zero-carbon restaurant in UK

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McDonald’s has opened a “net zero-carbon” restaurant in both building construction and everyday operation, in what it believes is a UK first. The restaurant, in...

McArthurGlen reports solid recovery

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McArthurGlen Group, today announced that it has seen footfall across its portfolio stabilise, with almost 45M guests visiting the group’s centres globally in the...

Q&A: Rory and Guy Westbrook – True Vintage

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True Vintage was created in 2014 by Rory Westbrook, a university student with a love of fashion. It came about through his passion for...

Reconomy swoops for fast-growing intelligent supply chain business

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Reconomy, the leading provider of outsourced, asset-light services to the circular economy, has acquired global supply chain business, ASCG. This milestone transaction will allow...

Craghoppers to launch Northern Ireland debut at Victoria square

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Victoria Square has announced the signing of Craghoppers, the global outdoor and adventure travel specialist, for its debut stand-alone brand store in Northern Ireland. Craghoppers...

Asos pledges to cut total emissions in new net zero plan

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The boss of Asos has said that his company will produce fewer tonnes of greenhouse gases nine years from now than it does today,...

Primark pledges to make sustainable clothing ‘affordable to all’

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Primark has committed to making all of its clothes using recycled or more sustainably-sourced material by 2030 while promising the move will not result...