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News & Positions - July 2019

8th Annual AIM-PROGRESS benchmarking survey on Responsible Sourcing in the FMCG sector

AIM-PROGRESS members continued to demonstrate progress in their responsible sourcing programs in 2018 with an impressive maturity leap: 50% of members are now identified as having ‘Integrated’ responsible sourcing programs, thereby being in the upper half of the maturity scale,...

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News & Positions - July 2019

AIM organises the 2nd edition of its International Brands Nudging for Good Awards

To inspire brands, promote the Nudging for Good concept and showcase great nudge initiatives, AIM, the European Brands Association, organises every 2 years the Nudging for Good Awards. The 2019 edition will take place on 17 October at the Concert...

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News & Positions - June 2019

European food brand manufacturers welcome European Commission report finding no evidence of East-West divide in food quality

AIM and FoodDrinkEurope, representing European branded food manufacturers, welcome today’s publication of a comprehensive analysis by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) of 128 branded and private label food and drink products across 19 EU Member States, which confirms...

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News & Positions - June 2019

Professor Cass Sunstein for AIM on the potential of Nudging to tackle biggest social challenges

On the occasion of the launch of the new Competence Centre on Behavioural Insights, the European Commission invited the father of Nudge, Professor Cass Sunstein of Harvard University, to Brussels. But what exactly is a Nudge, why is this concept...

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News & Positions - June 2019

AIM joins the Advisory Committee of the Consumer Information Programme of the One Planet Network

AIM, the European Brands Association, has been accepted to the Advisory Committee of the Consumer Information Programme for Sustainable Consumption and Production (CI-SCP). This programme sits under the 10 Year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production which was...

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