Brands are delivering on their activist values through new experiences that reward customers for adopting sustainable behaviours, giving them the tools to better their lives and the planet.
Meatless Farm has partnered with street food brand Mother Flipper to launch a meat free pop up drive-thru restaurant in London. Visitors who travel to the experience via electric cars, bicycles and e-scooters will receive 50% off their bill.
The Body Shop has launched its activist workshop store concept in Singapore. Customers can purchase cruelty-free products, recycle old packaging and learn about the brand’s activist roots, as well as how they can campaign to make a difference.
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With love and health, Household
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