Manchester, Lancashire, United Kingdom JOB DESCRIPTION Head of Product Development £80,000 - £90,000 plus benefits (Work Level 4) Manchester city centre We’re now working in a hybrid way, with colleagues dividing their time between home/remote working and the office. You can find out more about our hybrid working policy at colleagues.coop.co.uk/hybrid-working-policy We’re looking for
British grocer Co-op is introducing a ‘freeze me’ message to its Retail Brand (private brand) milk products, in a bid to cut down on 70,000 tons of milk wasted a year. Figures from UK’s leading sustainability experts WRAP, highlight that more than more than £150 million worth of milk is waste each
British retailer Co-op is bringing back 90s vibes with its brand new ‘Sex on the Beach' inspired summer gin, in-stores now.The convenience retailer’s new £15 limited-edition Retail Brand (private brand) gin is infused with the classic ‘Sex on the Beach’ flavors of orange and cranberry with the addition of peach for a modern take on
The UK ‘green pound’ has reached record levels, breaking through the £100 billion for the first time, with ethical consumer spending and finance in the UK amounting to £122bn but brand boycotts on ethical grounds have risen sharply to almost £4bn, up 18% in the year. According to the Co-op’s Ethical Consumerism Report which
UK grocer Co-op is removing the plastic packaging from its Easter eggs, as part of its commitment to eliminate unnecessary plastic from its private brand ranges. The retailer is eradicating the use of plastic inner packaging and windows for all five of its hollow Fairtrade Easter eggs, which will save over 14 tons of unnecessary plastic.
An interesting report from British grocer the Co-op. The implications for private brand have a far-reaching impact and will certainly impact our conversations for this year's My Private Brand Innovation Summit and My Private Brand Sustainability Summit. A landmark tracker of ethical spending reveals the winners and losers from sustainable consumer behaviors because of the
UK grocer Co-op is removing plastic as well as glitter from its entire Christmas celebration range, cutting out 1.1 million pieces (eight tons) of plastic. The move applies to all of the retailer’s private brand Christmas cards, gift wrap, and bags and crackers, in a bid to reduce single-use plastics. The retailer has also switched