Lovely outdoor promotion by Ikea , converting the cardboard box into a street showroom.
Honest Tea’s new line of organic, low-sugar, fruit-flavored thirst quenchers offers a great-tasting alternative to sugar-laden beverages in a greayt packaging
HONEST KIDS also encourages kids to learn about the importance of preserving our planet.
So they will donate $.02 per HONEST KIDS pouch to the school or organization of your choice, and will use the pouches to create fashionable bags and school supplies.
Back in March, Starbucks asked their customers for ideas, it created a website and the ideas have been been flooding in, exceeding the expectations of the company.
It makes me think that every brand should be doing this, why not?
Here are the top 20 ideas that are being considered.
It’s a great list that includes new products and experiences, ways to reduce waste and more healthy items.
More Sugar Free Syrups & Sauces (more than 180 posted ideas for this!)
Gluten Free Options (almost 150 posted ideas for this!)
Vegan Options (almost 75 posted ideas for this!)
Name Tag / Sewn Apron (almost 50 posted ideas for this!)
Encourage commuter & in-house mugs (More than 200 posted ideas for this!)
Soap folks Method have set up a pop up store on Broadway as part of a chemical amnesty.
New Yorkers can bring in their old chemical-based products and exchange them for Method goodness – and M-Fans can buy 5 products for $20 and get a nice eco-bag to carry them. There’s also a photo booth for folks to confess their cleaning sins.
The shop is built around the theme of ‘Detox New York’ and represents Method’s ongoing efforts to change the way people clean. The company believes that harsh chemicals and toxins have no place in your home, your body, or your cleaning products.
The shop is staffed with product experts who can answer questions about Method’s cleaning products and offer tips on their use.
Yoplait we met in France
Gad from Israel