Sustainability in ecommerce

Building a More Sustainable Business
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Products & Ingredients

tangle teezer

Tangle Teezer created a new haircare category with the invention of their detangling and smoothing brush back in 2007. Today, they’re adding to their product line with a brush made primarily from a sustainable alternative to petrochemical-based plastic, as well as encouraging customers to recycle their old brushes.

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Finding an office space that aligns with Rodial’s own values has been an important part of the company’s journey to reduce their emissions, while a partnership with Carbon Neutral Britain has helped them offset their remaining carbon footprint.


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Paxton & Whitfield

Despite being founded in 1742, the UK’s oldest cheesemonger takes a very modern approach to sustainability. Packaging has been updated to be more eco-friendly while also protecting the artisan products within, alongside many other initiatives published in the company’s annual sustainability audit.

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Balance me

This British skincare brand has championed the power of natural ingredients since launch. This is part of their overall sustainable ethos, and has led to their certification of B Corp status, demonstrating their intention to positively impact both people and the planet.

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Initiatives & Memberships
Manufacturing, Packaging

The Fish Society

Seafood delivery requires protective and temperature controlled packaging, which is why the company has designed their own sustainable solution. Product lines have also been reconsidered against sustainability criteria, with some difficult decisions made as a result. 

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