Richard Walker’s new book is out

‘The Green Grocer: One Man's Manifesto for Corporate Activism’ by Iceland Foods’ managing director, Richard Walker is out now and reviews so far are positive

Waitrose launches own-brand compostable coffee capsules

Coffee capsules are made from bio-sourced materials, including sunflower seed bark and sugars derived from corn, which are fully compostable.

Products of Change membership hits 250 in its first quarter

Leading brands, companies and individuals join POC as part of their sustainable journey.

Govt must take radical steps to decarbonise industry

A new report finds that Government will not deliver on its commitment to net zero by 2050 without taking radical action to decarbonise the 12 most carbon-intensive industries.

Transparency needed for clothing manufacture

In the latest podcast on the Products of Change website, Adrianna Batty, co-founder Lyfcycle talks about the need for transparency, affordability and accessibility in making clothing manufacture sustainable and ethical.

No plastic windows for Easter eggs

Mondelez International has removed over 6.4 million plastic windows from its chocolate eggs this Easter, taking 5.4 tonnes of plastic out of the environment.

Have your say on plastic regulations

Products of Change is working closely with RECOUP (the UK plastics charity) and is calling on industry to review the proposed consultations that were released on the 24 of March.

Asda ditches plastic bags for fruit and veg

The supermarket is removing 101million pieces of single use plastic from its stores each year by switching from plastic to reusable fruit and veg bags.

Q&A: James George, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation

Watch the Q&A with James George, development network lead at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation answer your questions regarding how to create a circular economic model within the industry.

Sporting venues make moves in sustainability

The second meeting on the Products of Change platform across the sporting industry covered topics such as reduction of packaging within the club shops, replacing plastic kimbles and digital tickets.