Last week’s stoush between Coles and Animals Australia raised some important questions about the growing power of ethical consumption, and about who gets to decide how much animal welfare is enough.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has launched proceedings in the Federal Court against Coles.
The Australian Food and Grocery Council, together with Coles and the RED Group, has launched a soft plastics recycling program in Canberra.
Animal activist group Animals Australia have asked supermarket giant Coles to withdrawal their Make it Possible shopper bags from stores.
New Zealand’s primary producers are reaping the benefits of the high cost of doing business here in Australia.
In light of the popularity of Coles’ Down Down campaign, fellow supermarket giant Woolworths has announced that hundreds of its best selling products will have their prices cut by up to 33 percent.
Supermarket chain, Coles, has been presented with Foodbank’s Patron’s Award, recognising its 10 year partnership with the food relief organisation.
Wesfarmers has recruited the head of operations of Coles, Stuart Machin to run discount department store Target.
Supermarket giant, Coles, is being praised by the Australian Olive Association for promising to ensure its own range of olive oils will meet the Australian Standard by the end of the year.