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Adidas Introduces 100% Recyclable Shoes

The performance apparel maker's “Futurecraft Loop” initiative will manufacture shoes entirely from ocean plastics that can be returned and repurposed into another pair.

Amazon Dives into Beauty with Belei

As online beauty brands continue picking up steam, Amazon moved to grab more share of the category by launching its first dedicated, private label skin care brand.

Target is enjoying an exclusive launch window for a vibrant and colorful first-aid brand that aims to renew the category by blending function with fun.

Best Buy has partnered with cloud-based visual merchandising software provider One Door to digitize its print-based merchandising system.

Costco found an unlikely friend in prestige beauty while seeking to make up lost ground in e-commerce, appeal to younger, more diverse shoppers and provide more quality to its members.

Macy's later this spring is rolling out an interactive scent-finder display and an augmented reality beauty experience.

CGT’s readers again select their favorite IT solution providers across 16 business-critical functions.

Levi Strauss & Co. is transitioning to an operating model for the digital era, leveraging new tech to radically reduce the time it takes to bring a product to market and unveiling a new ability for consumers to design their own pair of jeans.

The supermarket chain is one of the latest retailers to jump on the beauty box trend with the launch of its first curated collection of sample-sized products.

New technology at the retailer's test store cuts product scanning time through the Sam’s Club Now app in half, providing an easier, more efficient shopping experience.

Transformational changes in consumer engagement, product development and fulfillment among beer makers provide a lesson for all consumer product manufacturers.

The CGT community’s preferred providers of solutions for new product development and introduction, and various other aspects of product lifecycle management.

CGT's 16th annual coverage of the largest public consumer goods companies worldwide includes a deep-dive into recent business and IT-related activity at the 10 largest enterprises.

The cosmetics maker continues its fairly torrid innovation pace with a skin diagnostic tool designed to tackle skin-aging woes via augmented reality and artificial intelligence.

With pricing and promotional software provided by Eversight, the cranberry juice maker is looking for a more efficient and effective trade spend.

Consumer goods manufacturers shouldn't wait for Amazon to force them into implementing strategies for e-commerce-optimized packaging — because there are many benefits to the practice.

The world’s largest social food network is getting in the frozen treat space as it launches limited-edition Tasty ice cream flavors.

Walmart's warehouse club chain is getting an exclusive sales window for “Caticorn” cereal before the limited-edition SKU roll out to other retailers in March.

Tucked into Microsoft’s massive booth, Kroger representatives brought to market the partners’ just-announced Retail as a Service product for the retail industry, showcasing the Microsoft Azure-powered smart technology system that has already modernized some Kroger pilot locations.

The five-store pilot will employ the "SmartAisle" system from The Mars Agency to help shoppers select the best whiskey for their needs.

The "Loop" e-commerce platform will let consumers order products from P&G, Nestlé and other top CPGs that will be shipped in reusable containers to be picked back up after usage.

The new system gives McCormick's product developers the ability to explore flavor territories more efficiently to predict and develop new combinations from a plethora of data sources.

Walgreens supported the launch of Procter & Gamble’s Gillette SkinGuard razors with a variety of activity in January. The product addresses the problem of shaving irritation through an entirely new design philosophy, according to P&G.

The specialty athletic retailer has made a big investment in Goat Group, an operator of e-commerce marketplaces for sneaker resales.

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