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For the first time in the UK, the iconic Mars® bar moves to paper-based packaging as part of a new test pilot with UK retail partner Tesco; The innovation allows Mars Wrigley UK to eliminate a considerable amount of plastic from the physical Mars bar; Mars bar has also gained its Carbon Neutrality status this year and is the largest chocolate bar in the world to have received this certification  Mars Wrigley pilots recyclable paper-wrapped Mars® bar i...

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One planet, one life (www.forbesbulgaria.com)

Bulgaria is a traditional market with extremely strong foundations of white yogurt, which has been produced for many years, but at the same time it is also a challenging market. This is the opinion of Lyubomir Spasov, executive director of "Danon Serdika" AD, who added that there are now products that are not only milk-based, but also nut-based. Read more

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According to the EU Directive on reducing the environmental impact of certain plastic products, by mid-2024 all soft drink manufacturers and bottling companies must switch to caps attached to bottles The Bulgarian Soft Drinks Association (BSDA) fully supports the objectives of EU Directive 2019/904 on reducing the impact of certain plastic products on the environment. It sets out a number of consistent measures to promote the transition to a circular economy across the Eur...

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The trees were a donation from the company, and their planting supported the Plovdiv Municipality’s initiative to green the neighborhood and the city. The afforestation action is part of the long-standing environmental and educational program of the Coca-Cola System in Bulgaria “My Green City”, which is being held for the 16th consecutive year. It is implemented in support of Coca-Cola's global commitments to achieve by 2030 the equivalent of 100...

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Mrs. Zavalova, The Coca-Cola System in the country announced just recently a very important innovation, namely the introduction of the bottle with a tethered cap to all its beverages in plastic bottles. Can you tell us more about this step? Yes, that's right, at the beginning of February we completed the process of converting the production equipment at our plant in Kostinbrod to produce PET packaging with tethered closures. But what necessitated this change? From July...

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