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Ocean Spray Cranberries has launched a new beverage brand that wants to help consumers make healthier nutrition choices.

As the founder of a global leader in the collection and repurposing of complex waste streams, Szaky knows a thing or two about the value in consumer goods and retail collaborations.

The beverage company made a series of leadership changes that include several executive members assuming new responsibilities.

F.A.I.R is part of the framework for Nestle’s data strategy as outlined in an opening keynote session delivered by CIO Filippo Catalano and Chief Data Officer Francesco Marzoni, at Analytics Unite 2020: The Summit for Retail and Consumer Brands.

And so as part of its progress to make itself unnecessary, the waste-management company announced last month its Loop product-reuse initiative has become available in every ZIP code in the continental United States.

Ethical Bean, the fair-trade and organic coffee roaster that includes a QR code on every bag to facilitate traceability, has expanded its footprint within the United States.

The Procter & Gamble Company will have global access to a scientific information solutions portfolio that is expected to inform its business strategy, and fuel efficient R&D.

Jim Andrew has been named chief sustainability officer at PepsiCo, replacing the retiring Simon Lowden.  

Starbucks has expanded its digital traceability tool tracking the origin of its coffee beans.

Diageo has developed a 100% plastic-free paper-based bottle made entirely from sustainably sourced wood, and it's teaming with other CG companies so they can do the same.

In the first of a six-month virtual education series, the Consumer Brands Association kicked off its CPG Speaks webinar series with Jeff Harmening, chairman and CEO of General Mills. Here's a recap of what he had to say.

COVID-19’s disruption on the consumer goods industry isn’t slowing down brands’ commitment to sustainability.

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