Sustainbility

Microplastics are very small pieces of plastic that are commonly used in cosmetic industry products, such as facial scrubs and makeup. Whilst some are visible to the naked eye, others are a few micrometres. Conservationists warn that they can affect the growth of fish and other aquatic animals.…
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Even if we try to reduce it to a minimum with an accurate supply chain, every day we produce some surplus beauty products. Mibelle Group has entered into a cooperation with charities Caritas and Tischlein deck dich to ensure these perfect, but surplus products do not go to waste.…
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Corporate sustainability is not a single, massive project with a time limit. It is a combination of diverse individual projects and investments of differing sizes and scopes throughout the entire organisation. Many projects are based on innovative ideas and initiatives from employees.…
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“We’re promising Luna that by 2015 a total of 1’000 employees will sign up to participate in a WWF environmental initiative.” This is the pledge made by Migros in its sustainability programme, «Generation M». The WWF is committed to ending the global destruction of the environment and to creating a future in which people and nature live together in harmony.…
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With high standards and out of conviction If I want to understand our unique approach to sustainable development, I look to our origins. The Mibelle Group is part of a greater whole. At the beginning of 2015, the independent rating agency Oekem Research named Migros, our parent group, the world’s most sustainable retailer.…
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