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Green retail - a plus for image and profit


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Whether retailers let their products be packed into bioplastics, reduce their CO2 emission or stop wasting food - there a lot of ways to sustainable retail. However, the first steps seem to be quite difficult for companies although shoppers love a green image.

Due to this fact our current Topic deals with concepts and ways to going easy on resources.

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Interview with Peter Désilets, pacoon AG
Interview with Lidl Foundation
French supermarkets and unsold food
Harmonious omnichannel shopping experience
Removing barriers to cross-border trade
A.R.E., POPAI boards agree to pursue merger
Sustainable sourcing is critical to long-term success
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"You don’t have to instantly be 100 percent green"

Interview with Peter Désilets, pacoon AG

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German retailers are scaredy cats – at least when it pertains to sustainable packaging concepts. The fact that they could save up to 20 percent in costs by using them and that they are passing up an immense image improvement, barely seems to lessen this fear. Peter Désilets from pacoon AG took the time to visit us in our editorial office to talk about the reasons for this reluctance.
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"As a grocery retailer, we work on lean logistical processes every day"

Interview with Lidl Foundation

Sustainability and climate protection are subjects that ultimately also pertain to logistics. Recently, GS1 Germany presented the Lean and Green Award to four companies who plan to reduce their logistics-related CO2 emissions by 20 percent within five years. Award winner Lidl Stiftung emphasizes optimized route planning, the reduction of empty runs or avoidance of smaller subsequent deliveries. In this interview, the company explains the different measures.
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French supermarkets are no longer allowed to throw away unsold food

Government takes action against wasting food in retail

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Ambitious goals: The French government is aiming to reduce waste of food by 50 percent until 2025. This is why supermarkets are no longer allowed to just throw away unsold food. The retailers themselves are criticizing that a new law affects the wrong party.
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Research & Technology, Sales

Harmonious omnichannel shopping experience is becoming an expectation

With 96 percent of consumers now using both a store's physical location and website while shopping, retailers are not performing well in omnichannel alignment of product information according to a CFI Group study sponsored by eBay Enterprise.
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Politics & Associations

Removing barriers to cross-border trade

EMOTA, the European eCommerce Association, strongly supports the EU Commission’s commitment to redoubling the EU efforts for the removal of the remaining barriers to EU cross-border selling. The Digital Single Market Package, presented by the EU Commission on 6 May, echoes many of the EMOTA key policy priorities in ensuring a seamless EU Digital Single Market for products and services.
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Politics & Associations

A.R.E., POPAI boards agree to pursue merger

The Boards of Directors of A.R.E. (the Association for Retail Environments) and POPAI (Point of Purchase Advertising International) have voted to enter a due diligence phase and work in good faith toward a definitive agreement to merge the two associations.
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Politics & Associations

Sustainable sourcing is critical to long-term success

Food Marketing Institute (FMI) launches its Sustainable Sourcing Guide for High-Impact Commodities, a resource designed to help food retailers take measured steps towards sustainable sourcing. The guide focuses on high-impact commodities including sugarcane, coca, paper/pulp, coffee, soy, palm oil and beef.
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