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L’Oréal Adopts The Body Shop's Approach To Ethical Sourcing

September 17, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
L’Oréal is gradually adopting the sustainable and ethical sourcing strategies of The Body Shop, a natural cosmetics retailer it acquired in 2006, according to the retailer’s Community Fair Trade program head Mark Davis. Almost all products that The Body Shop sells include at least one CFT ingredient, at present. As part of the CFT program, company buyers work with communities to expand the supply chain’s access to sustainable materials. Davis said The Body Shop has been working with L’Oréal to teach the cosmetics giant about sustainable sourcing.
Jessica Shankleman, "The Body Shop gives L'Oreal a lesson in ethical sourcing", Business Green, September 17, 2013, © Incisive Media Investments Limited
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