Social Responsibility 2021

Weleda

Winner of the Social Responsibility Award in the Baby category Weleda’s extraordinary efforts to conserve global ecosystems and support global communities really does set a gold standard in terms of social responsibility. Weleda has over 50 cultivation partners (fair trade partnerships) located all over the world with whom they work actively to address specific difficulties …

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Aotea

Winner of the Social Responsibility Award in the Beauty category Throughout every facet of the business, Aotea acts in the best interests of their environment and society as a whole, particularly by instilling local cultural values. Aotea is 100% owned by Māori and is built upon principles of tikanga māoris. The range of products are …

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Snugbags

Winner of the Social Responsibility Award in the Kids category SNUGBAGS make exceptional efforts to give back to society by sourcing locally and supporting local communities.  The brand uses New Zealand-made merino as their preferred choice and their products have both OEKO-TEX and ASO certification. Their seamstresses work from home around family commitments and are …

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The Green Collective

Winner of the Social Responsibility Award in the Home category The Green Collective is committed to making a positive impact on society by supporting multiple causes alongside the business’ outstanding efforts to reduce and repurpose waste. The Green Collective supports charities such as Chasing Coral, My Climate, RSPCA, Sustainable Coastlines, Forest & Bird, Trees for …

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