“Dear consumers, after more than 25 years in the United Kingdom, we are about to close down…” This is how Yves Rocher’s British website announces its next closure, on March 14, 2019, 15 days before the Brexit date. Without explicitly mentioning the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union, the message states that “the economic context does not allow the Yves Rocher brnd to continue trading in the UK anymore”.
News Brief : February 2019
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The L’Occitane Group is the latest beauty giant to double down on sustainability by incorporating recycled plastic into its product packaging.
The company has joined forces with the sustainable plastic innovator Loop Industries on the initiative. The duo have entered a multi-year partnership that will see L’Occitane en Provence start to incorporate Loop PET plastic (which is 100% sustainable) into its product packaging as of the year 2022.
The brand offers yet in-store recycling facilities at 30% of its retail locations - a figure it hopes to increase to 100% by the year 2025.