Unilever’s SUAVE combines value and cruelty-free care with PETA accreditation

Suave has become the latest of Unilever’s beauty and personal care brands to gain global ‘cruelty-free’ accreditation from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Found in one in every two homes in the U.S., a Suave product is sold every 14 seconds, demonstrating that quality, value and safe products that do not require animal testing can be accessible to all. Berengere Loubatier, Suave’s Senior Brand Director said, “We are delighted to be part of PETA’s ‘Beauty Without Bunnies’ program. Suave is known for its high-quality beauty products made…

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Unilever’s SUAVE has cruelty-free care with PETA accreditation

Suave has become the latest of Unilever’s beauty and personal care brands to gain global ‘cruelty-free’ accreditation from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Found in one in every two homes in the U.S., a Suave product is sold every 14 seconds, demonstrating that quality, value and safe products that do not require animal testing can be accessible to all. Berengere Loubatier, Suave’s Senior Brand Director said, “We are delighted to be part of PETA’s ‘Beauty Without Bunnies’ program. Suave is known for its high-quality beauty products made…

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Unilever’s launches first 100% recycled plastic toothbrush

Unilever’s first toothbrush made from 100% recycled plastic has just launched in France, and it’ll be reaching further countries soon. The new Signal Ecolo Clean toothbrush is made from 100% food-grade post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic, while its smart design features a comfortable, ergonomic hollow handle with 40% less plastic than an ordinary toothbrush – saving 10 tonnes of plastic in its first year. And at the end of its life, the toothbrush needn’t contribute to landfill or disturb fragile ocean ecosystems. It’s 100% recyclable, thanks to a consumer-return partnership with…

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UN Women and Unilever team up in Tanzanian tea plantations to create safer communities for women

Dusty winding roads circle mist-shrouded mountains, and mighty rivers snake towards Unilever Tea Tanzania’s five plantations and three factories in the Mufindi district of Iringa region. The tea produced here is highly acclaimed for its taste and quality. It has also created decent jobs for local communities, including women, and fostered sustainable development. Unilever is one of the largest private-sector employers in Iringa and Njombe regions, providing jobs for more than 6,000 people. Nearly half of its managers include locally recruited women. “Women are a key resource that drive tea…

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Unilever recognised by CDP for action on climate crisis

Unilever has been identified as a global leader in corporate sustainability and awarded a place on this year’s Climate A List compiled by CDP, the non-profit environmental disclosure platform. “We are delighted to be named by CDP as a leader in climate disclosure,” says Marc Engel, Unilever’s Chief Supply Chain Officer. “Every company should aspire to join the CDP A list, setting science-based targets for reducing emissions and disclosing their progress. Greater transparency is key to driving ambitious climate action and keeping global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius.” CDP…

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