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  • Unilever to eliminate fossil fuels in cleaning products by 2030

    London/Rotterdam - Unilever, a leading manufacturer of cleaning and laundry products, today announces it will source 100% of the carbon derived from fossil fuels in its cleaning and laundry product formulations with renewable or recycled carbon. This move is set to transform the sustainability of global cleaning and laundry brands including Omo (Persil), Sunlight, Cif and Domestos.

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  • Unilever to acquire Liquid I.V.

    Englewood Cliffs, N.J. – Unilever announced today that it has signed an agreement to acquire Liquid I.V., a U.S-based health-science nutrition and wellness company.

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  • 64% of people unaware of blue light impact on skin

    Two in three (64%) people are unaware of the effect that blue light can have on their skin, Unilever has found[1]. We want to help people “beat the screen blues” by raising awareness of the negative impact that blue light has on skin – not just on our faces, but on the rest of the body too.

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  • Unilever and Algenuity partner to explore use of microalgae protein

    Wageningen, the Netherlands – Today Unilever and biotech start-up Algenuity are announcing a new partnership to delve into the huge potential microalgae bring in innovating future foods for Unilever’s plant-based portfolio. Algenuity, which specialises in developing microalgae for use in consumer products, will work with the R&D team within Unilever’s Foods and Refreshment (F&R) division to explore ways of bringing foods made with microalgae to the market.

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  • Life in the Pits: scientists identify key enzyme behind BO

    Scientists have discovered a unique enzyme responsible for the pungent characteristic smell we call body odour or BO.

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  • Half-year results: performance reflects agility and resilience of the business

    Today, Unilever announced its results for the first half of 2020, which show that overall underlying sales declined 0.1%, with developed markets up 2.4% and emerging markets down 1.9%.

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  • Unilever evolves skin care portfolio to embrace a more inclusive vision of beauty

    London/Rotterdam - Unilever announced today the next step in the evolution of its skin care portfolio to a more inclusive vision of beauty – which includes the removal of the words ‘fair/fairness’, ‘white/whitening’, and ‘light/lightening’ from its products’ packs and communication. As part of this decision, the Fair & Lovely brand name will be changed in the next few months.

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  • Unilever sets out new actions to fight climate change, and protect and regenerate nature, to preserve resources for future generations

    London/Rotterdam - Today, Unilever set out a new range of measures and commitments designed to improve the health of the planet by taking even more decisive action to fight climate change, and protect and regenerate nature, to preserve resources for future generations. Unilever will achieve Net Zero emissions from all our products by 2039. We will also empower, and work with, a new generation of farmers and smallholders, driving programmes to protect and restore forests, soil and biodiversity; and we will work with governments and other organisations to improve access to water for communities in water-stressed areas.

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  • Unilever announces the sale process of its ice cream business in Chile

    Unilever, one of the world’s leading suppliers of Beauty & Personal Care, Homecare and Foods & Refreshment products has agreed the sale of its ice cream business in Chile to Carozzi.

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  • Unification of Unilever’s legal structure

    London/Rotterdam - Unilever today announced plans to unify its Group legal structure under a single parent company, Unilever PLC, creating a simpler company with greater strategic flexibility, that is better positioned for future success.

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  • Unilever celebrates 10 years of the Sustainable Living Plan

    CEO Alan Jope reinforces commitment to sustainability and calls for renewed action to tackling social inequality and the climate crisis

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  • Q1 results: flat sales reflect unprecedented impact of Covid-19

    Today, Unilever announced its results for the first quarter of 2020, which show flat underlying sales with developed markets growing 2.8% whilst emerging markets declined 1.8%.

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