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As part of an marketing initiative to boost its African elephant conservation efforts, Distell has launched an innovative Amarula “Name Them, Save Them” campaign – an ambitious effort to give a name to every surviving African elephant in the wild.
Startups come in all shapes and sizes, but when your business model seeks to replace one of the most simple, ubiquitous products on the planets — in this case, plastic bottles — it really has to be unbelievably brilliant to have any chance at success.
Since Taste Holdings CE, Carlo Gonzaga, opened his first Scooters pizza store 16 years ago he has always thought big. But there is market concern that in taking on Domino’s Pizza and Starbucks, two global heavyweight brands, in one shot he has bitten off more than he can chew.
Woolworths has announced the launch of an innovative green milk bottle consisting of 30% plant-based plastic, a first for the dairy industry in South Africa.
PepsiCo has set a target for reducing the amount of sugar in its soft drinks around the world as part of a suite of goals aimed at tackling problems ranging from obesity to climate change.
Clear Coffee or CLR CFF is a new beverage brand set to reinvent the coffee sector. The start-up from Slovakia has launched “the first clear coffee in the world”.
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