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Tropicana gets the Non-GMO Project label

Article published on 01/11/2016 - Food/Health
Tropicana just got the Non-GMO Project seal for its Pure Premium orange juices, which have always been GMO-Free.

Adidas and Parley: a partnership for sustainable projects

Article published on 01/05/2016 - Way of consumption - New technologies
Turning ocean plastic debris into sport shoes is adidas and Parley's way to show how industry can contribute to stop ocean pollution.

Mobile payment: here comes Walmart Pay

Article published on 01/04/2016 - Way of consumption - New technologies
By introducing its own mobile payment solution, Walmart becomes the first retailer to offer such a service to its customers.

Kohl's enables the very-last-minute shopping for Christmas

Article published on 12/22/2015 - Shop - Way of consumption
Behind on your holiday shopping? Don't worry, Kohl's is opened day and night through Christmas Eve.

Adidas Adizero XVI swimsuit combines intelligence and intuition

Article published on 12/22/2015 - New technologies - New Products
Adidas introduced a revolutionary swimsuit last month in Germany. According to them, the Adizero XVI swimsuit is the fastest ever.

Target Wonderland Holiday pop-up store: also a glimpse at the future

Article published on 12/15/2015 - Way of consumption - New technologies - Leisures
Target unveiled its Christmas pop-up store in downtown Manhattan last week, but this playground is also a test ground for future retail services.

A floral Spring to come with Liberty London and Uniqlo

Article published on 12/14/2015 - New Products
After numerous previous collaborations, Japanese Uniqlo has teamed with British Liberty London to release a floral capsule collection this Spring.

Nordstrom and Shoes of Prey in close partnership

Article published on 12/08/2015 - New Products
Shoes of Prey corners are already present in six Nordstrom stores in the US. But the fashion retailer intends to expand the custom shoes manufacturer service even more, which should benefit both companies.

Nestlé is working on slowing caffeine comedown

Article published on 12/08/2015 - Food/Health - New technologies
An expresso gives a great boost but it won't last more than a short time, and too much caffeine has its side effects. But as it turns out, Nestlé has taken an active interest in cubosomes to deliver molecules of nutrients I a controlled fashion.

Amazon: future is in the (Prime) Air

Article published on 12/01/2015 - New technologies
How about having your Amazon purchases delivered within 30 minutes by a drone? It's not going to happen tomorrow, but we're getting there.
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