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By The Good TV — 3 months ago
When Cinzia Cozzolino started making smoothie recipes at home, it was to ensure her daughters were having something nutritious than any concept of a future business empire. Seven years ago, Cinzia struggled to get her daughter to eat nutritiously but recognized she would happily drink something such as smoothies for sustenance. She started to create smoothies recipes combined with superfoods, nuts, and seeds to give her daughter the ‘boost’ in nutrition she needed and this was the humble beginnings of the Smoothie Bomb empire.
Filled with healthy organic ingredients such as whole fruit, seeds, and nuts to supplement nutritional intake, Smoothie Bombs enhance the nutrition and flavour of your smoothies and are conveniently pre-portioned for convenience and combine certified organic powders, nuts, seeds and whole fruits.
Cinzia told the TheGoodTV “When you’re doing good to yourself in terms of nutrition you’re improving mentality and overall vitality.” Cinzia added, “It’s about eating the rainbow, ensuring adults meet dietary requirements of two to three pieces of fruit and five to seven serves of vegetables per day.”
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By The Good TV — 1 month ago
It wasn’t that long ago that consumers would go into a clothing store, pick up a tee-shirt, glance at the price tag, perhaps check the label to see where it is made, washing instructions and then make the decision to purchase it. Nowadays, with the greater awareness we have about the environmental and social impact of just about every product as well as being bombarded with an unending supply of fast fashion and products at an affordable price tag at our fingertips—our shopping basket is becoming somewhat of an ‘ethical conundrum.’
Worker rights and safety, health concerns, child exploitation, animal cruelty, small living wages, environmental and social impacts. These are some of the factors to consider for retailing entities, especially clothing retailers, concerned about the ethical foundations of their business in a new age when many shoppers seem to want to wear their hearts on their sleeves.
Lush Handmade Cosmetics is one organization built on a strong ethical business model. From humble beginnings to becoming a global leader in ethical retailing, Lush commits to regenerative business practices in giving back to communities around the world.
When it comes to starting a business and considering ethical products or ingredients, Lush’s director, Peta Granger tells TheGoodTV, you’ve to be clear about what you stand for, what you believe and your values. Once you have a clear path, recruit people into your business with similar values as customers can really tell when people believe in what they stand for, and this helps build a powerful and positive brand.
Peta says when it comes to sourcing ingredients and products for your business, whether its the people, land or communities we’re interacting -that we ensure we’re enriching them. She adds it’s essential not to make a negative impact environmentally or socially trying to make as much profit as you can for your business at the expense of others.
So how do these issues of ethical retailing actually affect where we shop, and what we buy? UK research company Morgan Stanley Research recently surveyed 1,000 customers in the UK for their views on popular fashion retailers and found that, while ethical concerns don’t dominate the number one spot for shopping habits, they have still gained growing prominence since 2010. The research found is a trend seen particularly with the critical younger consumer demographic which is a consideration for retailers and targeting their future consumers.
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