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The sustainability initiative is piloted by A.S Watson at the Serpentine Green Shopping Centre Superdrug store in Peterborough, UK. This follows some of the efforts introduced in its Asian stores like the refillable stations and plastic recycling programs.

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Retailers and suppliers are taking small steps to invest in the metaverse in Asia. Get up to speed with the developments through this article and our report here . Indonesia: Alfamart convenience investing in the metaverse Alfamart is collaborating with an AR/VR company to bring the relevant technology to the business. Alfamart and WIR Group have been working together since 2015...
This year's Ramadan celebrations are marked with families getting together and giving. We highlight three types of giving in Asia post pandemic. For more Ramadan executions, keep an eye for our full report on Ramadan and Eid coming in the next couple of weeks. 1. McDonald's Indonesia As the world opens up, McDonald’s Indonesia wants to encourage people to build new connections with those wh...
Flipkart, Lazada and Tmall, leading ecommerce operators from across the region, are launching new customer-facing initiatives that tap into the desire to make better choices for people and the planet. Tmall introduces carbon emission product labelling Alibaba’s online marketplace Tmall is launching new product labelling to help shoppers understand environmental impact when making shopping w...

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Asia has some of the most developed convenience markets in the world. Find out what can be learned.
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Asia’s grocery market will grow faster than the global market from 2021 to 2026.
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A guide to Indonesia’s grocery market and how we expect the country, its leading retailers and channels to evolve over the next five years.

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A guide to Indonesia’s grocery market and how we expect the country, its leading retailers and channels to evolve over the next five years.

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Healthier product reformulation in Indonesia

New study shows that 90% of Indonesian consumers say that food companies should tweak their recipes to make products healthier.

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