Iceland Christmas Advert Released on Social Media

As not seen on TV: Iceland’s banned Christmas advert can be found here: Retailer Christmas adverts have  been the source of much anticipation in the weeks building up to the big day in recent years, with retailers blowing their advertising budgets to ensure their advert becomes the most talked about  of the season. For many consumers, the first screenings of the biggest adverts now herald the start of the festive build-up, a key milestone in the Christmas calendar. However, this year,  Iceland’s advert  will not appear on TV alongside those…

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Iceland Becomes First UK Supermarket To Show In-Store Support For The Government’s Proposed Deposit Return Scheme

Iceland has became the first UK supermarket to install a reverse vending machine in store in support of the Government’s recently announced intention to introduce a Deposit Return Scheme in England. The UK’s leading frozen food specialist continues to lead the way in reducing the impact of plastic packaging on the environment, and will be trialling the reverse vending machine in its Fulham, London, store initially for six months. The trial aims to understand consumer perceptions and appetite for the technology and comes ahead of the launch of the Government’s…

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Iceland To Be The UK’s First Major Supermarket To Remove Palm Oil From Own Label Food

Iceland, the UK’s leading frozen food specialist, today announces that it will stop using palm oil as an ingredient in all its own label food by the end of 2018. Today it can report that the project is already well underway, with palm oil successfully removed from 50 percent of its own label range; 130 products will have been reformulated by the end of the year. Already this year, Iceland has brought out 100 new lines without palm oil, including the new summer range, and by the start of 2019…

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My Favourite 10 Charity/Non-Profit/Ethical Campaigns of January 2018

These are my top 10 favourite Non-Profit, Ethical or Charity Campaigns of the previous Month. This Month – January 2018. There were some campaigns I really liked in January, I promise after this one we will go back t one Top 10 a month. 10. I was really impressed with the concept of ‘Hey Girls’, I hope to see more from them in the future and look foreard to seeing their next campaigns. Social Enterprise Launches To Tackle Period Poverty In The UK 9. Fairtrade Fortnight is an important event…

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UK Store Iceland Aims To Be Plastic-Free Across Own Label Range By 2023

Iceland, the UK’s leading frozen food specialist, is committing to become the first major retailer globally to eliminate plastic packaging from all of its own brand products by the end of 2023.  The process starts now and Iceland is challenging itself to complete it within the next five years. Iceland’s pledge will be an important step towards cutting down on the 1 million tonnes1 of plastic generated by supermarkets in the UK each year. In its place, Iceland will be harnessing the latest technologies to create a range of packaging…

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