Supermarkets can play a vital role in ensuring that emissions are cut and businesses improve their green credentials, Tesco’s chief executive Sir Terry Leahy has said.
Leahy argued that if the organisation wants to witness long-term growth then it must adopt a green strategy and disagrees with those who think this sort of thinking and business operation cannot be combined.
He said that if consumers can purchase lower-carbon items, then they will reward the retailers that offer them.
Arniston Bay is one of the brands assisting the retailers in their efforts to sell greener products.
Claiming an 80% lower carbon footprint and 90% less waste and landfill than regular glass wine bottles, Arniston Bay wine pouches are aimed at the eco-conscious wine drinker
Developed as an extension from South Africa’s fourth biggest-selling brand, the Arniston Bay Reserve range of six wines made by wine maker Nicky Versfeld features a Barrel-Fermented Chenin Blanc, Barrel-Fermented Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Shiraz, Pinotage and Cabernet Sauvignon.