Posts Tagged: sustainability

Golden rules for green fashion

Are you familiar with the story behind your fashion items? Last week, the Dutch Sustainable Fashion Week (DSFW) drew attention to a topic of rising importance. We cannot neglect it any longer: the fashion industry is still the second most polluting industry. We are more and more familiar with its footprint. But what’s next? How can we move on, identify opportunities that emerge and turn threatening aspects into opportunities?  Last year, we introduced our Positive Impact Creators: brands in fashion, food &.

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Why not create impact together?

A free hour of impact advice for foodies When we look at our personal positive and negative impact, the choices we make in our food consumption, are the biggest drivers of it. Many companies are working hard to change the food system. Whether it comes down to very innovative ways like lab-grown meat or on radically improving traditional products, like Green Banana or FRANK are doing, making a positive impact is a tough journey. Where do you start? At Rainbow Collection we have two specialties in our food menu. First, we.

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WE ARE OFFICIALLY B CORP!

Since today Rainbow Collection is officially B Corporation! We celebrate becoming part of this inspiring community, that uses business as a force for good.

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Return to Sender – The power of fair products

We all know the brand Return to Sender, co-founded by Katja Schuurman in 2006. Over the last decade, this brand was able to create big impact: but the brand’s potential goes further. Now, Return to Sender is ready to launch its brand new collection of designer items and create impact with every single product. Since the start, the goal was to meet the increasing demand of sustainable and fair trade products. How? By stimulating fair entrepreneurship. To do this, the brand developed.

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Farm Brothers – Thoughtful delights

Farm Brothers Herman & Teyler have an ingrained love for simplicity and the purity of homemade snacks. This never disappeared, even after they were pulled away from the country side. That’s why they left their jobs and started hunting their dream of providing the world with wholesome and delicious organic grain cookies: to share the “Good Stuff” with a predominantly big audience. The taste and goodness of this organic delight enables the brand to create positive impact: making organic agriculture a growing.

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