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It is the 12th consecutive year that Coca-Cola HBC has featured among the top three performers, and the sixth time it has been named the industry leader. Commenting, CEO Zoran Bogdanovic, said: “Our goal is to deliver a more sustainable future while continuing to build value for our stakeholders. This endorsement from the DJSI demonstrates that we’re on the right track and it is further recognition of the work and unrelenting effort by all at Coca-Cola HBC...

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Iana Ivanova: 7% increase in the separate waste gathering (www.euronewsbulgaria.com)

The increase of recyclable material is among the main goals set by "Plastic Pact Bulgaria". This was stated by Iana Ivanova, executive director of the "Food Drink Bulgaria" Association in the "Good Morning Europe" studio. "We are actively working for the separate collection of waste. According to data from recycling organizations, a 7% increase in gathering is expected by the end of the year," she explained. More

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For 30 years, Nespresso has been dedicated to bringing its consumers the ultimate coffee experience in a responsible way. Today, it renews that commitment by announcing a new range of paper-based home compostable capsules. After three years of research and development, Nespresso has created a home compostable paper-based capsule that delivers the high-quality coffee for which the brand is known - with no compromise on the taste experience. Consumer dema...

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Marc du Bois is the third generation managing director and majority shareholder of the Belgium-based family company Spadel Group. Since the end of 2016, it has also owned "Devin" - the fifth bottled water company in Spadel's portfolio after the Belgian SPA and Vgie and the French Carola and Wattwiller. At the end of October, the bottled water company "Devin" celebrated its 30th birthday in an unconventional way for Bulgaria - with a round table in t...

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Mars, Incorporated has announced that it has reached a key milestone in its commitment to a circular economy where packaging material never becomes waste. The new KIND® snack bar packaging incorporates recycled content made from advanced recycling, meaning it contains less virgin plastic to previous products.     The new material has been completely redesigned for maximum circularity and is produced through the recycling of used mixed plastic that would otherwise...

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