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Prestige: Awesome innovation to save the planet earth (http://www.prestige96.bg)

PRESTIGE has developed its latest innovation, this time in packaging, with care and attention to the environment. Traditionally, wafer boxes have a colored paper cover that is used for advertising purposes. Determined to contribute to the fight against global warming and to the protection of planet Earth, PRESTIGE’s team has decided to go without this marketing and communication tool. In the production of the favorite brands HYPER, SPOKO, TROY, NAYA and PRESTIGE wafe...

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Jacklin Tzocheva, Director of Public Communications and Public Relations at Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company Bulgaria, makes us seriously think about the imprint we leave on the environment, and shows us that we do not need to abandon our little daily habits and pleasures to live more ecologically. More

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Mars Rebuilds Coral Reefs (www.mars.com)

Mars, one of the world’s largest food producers, is committed to restoring coral reefs, as developing a unique method, called MARRS (Mars Assisted Reef Restoration System). It provides a structure that facilitates rapid coral growth and promotes the functional recovery of the reef. MARRS was used for the first time in Indonesia, which is in the heart of the Coral Triangle. The most impressive result achieved so far is an increase in the coral growth, diversity and ev...

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90% of Mars’s Packaging Is Recyclable (www.mars.com)

Mars, one of the world’s largest food producers, plans to make 100% of its packaging recyclable by 2025. This goal has already been achieved so far, as currently more than 90% of the products’ packaging is recyclable. The company is optimizing its packaging by making it lighter and thinner without compromising safety. Another key priority for Mars is increasing consumers’ awareness of environment-related issues. The company collaborates with NGOs, governm...

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Mars, one of the world’s largest food producers, uses renewable electricity to cover more than 50% of its total footprint, including 100% of the company’s operations in the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Mexico, Spain, Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Lithuania and Poland. Mars has always been committed to protecting environment and fighting climate change. The food producer sets ambitious goals regarding air pollution and aims to reduce its to...

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