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Consumer news round-up CCB 90

Consumer news round-up CCB 90

December 04, 2006 Although research shows ethical food spending could hit £2bn this year, another report suggests supermarkets must make it easier for people to shop ethically. Meanwhile Levi Strauss launches its 100% organic jeans and Sainsbury's halts stock of endangered fish. Read more >
Marketing news round-up CCB 90

Marketing news round-up CCB 90

December 04, 2006 Wal-mart has been criticised for their 'wishlist' Christmas advertising, while Tesco stores will be promoting responsible drinking over the festive season and an ICC revision will mean ethical claims must be backed up with evidence. Read more >
Obesity news round-up CCB 90

Obesity news round-up CCB 90

December 04, 2006 Food producers collaborate for school nutrition guidelines, Walt Disney to get strict on food endorsement and taskforces act to curb 'junk' advertising for children. Read more >
Letter from America

Letter from America

September 28, 2006 In Letter from America, The Corporate Citizenship Company's Michelle Dow asks whether Coca-Cola, Wal-Mart and BP can counter recent negative publicity with their CSR initiatives. Read more >
Consumers news briefs – June/July

Consumers news briefs – June/July

July 20, 2006 Sales of Fairtrade products soar, WWF alleges that the advertising industry is fuelling unsustainable patterns of consumption and the Co-operative Group secures top spot as most trusted company in the UK. Read more >
Consumer health news briefs – June/July

Consumer health news briefs – June/July

July 20, 2006 As the European Union votes to regulate the health claims that food manufacturers print on packaging, Unilever announces a new global labelling programme to help consumers make healthy choices. Read more >
Big Pharma under scrutiny

Big Pharma under scrutiny

July 19, 2006 A code of ethics and more detailed social reports will bring responsible marketing a step closer in the pharmaceuticals industry. Read more >