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Target Expands Range Of Natural, Sustainable Products It Sells

April 8, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Retailer Target expanded the range of natural, organic, and sustainable brands it sells at its stores as part of the company’s Made to Matter initiative in the United States. Coming from leading organic brands, including Chobani, Method, and Seventh Generation, the collection will include more than 120 products, such as non-aerosol air freshener and no-bleach baby diapers. Target’s initiative, which encourages the brands to collaborate and increase their innovation, has helped the company increase its sales of sustainable and organic products by 15 percent over the past several years.
ANNE D'INNOCENZIO, "Target ups game on organic, sustainable products", The Big Story, April 08, 2014, via The Associated Press, © The Associated Press
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