Chocolate firms still have long way to go to have sustainable policies

By |marec 28th, 2018|Africa, Chocolate, cocoa, consumer goods, News, sustainable consumption|

Chocolate companies still have “a huge amount of work to do” in implementing truly sustainable policies, with some doing much better than others, the Washington-based NGO Mighty Earth concluded in a consumer guide ranking chocolate producers, published a few days ahead of Easter.

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UK imports and exports will suffer from Brexit isolation

By |junij 15th, 2017|consumer goods, exports, imports, News, trade deal, TTIP, United Kingdom|

The United Kingdom is a net importer of goods, both from the EU and the rest of the world. While post-Brexit Britain will remain an important export market for the EU-27, its isolation in Europe and loss of preferential access to the bloc’s trading partners could have dramatic consequences.

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The slippery slope of consumer goods regulation

By |junij 9th, 2017|consumer goods, News, regulation|

Over the past few years, a series of restrictions on fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) have been imposed across the world, including in several European countries.

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