The Made Green in Italy label is not new, but as consumer demand for environmentally friendly products increases, the scheme is more relevant than ever.

According to the European Commission, greenwashing – whereby an organisation attempts to persuade the public its products, aims and policies are more environmentally friendly than they are – is on the rise.  

A recent investigation​ undertaken by the International Consumer Protection Enforcement Network (ICPEN) revealed that four in 10 websites appear to be using greenwashing tactics.

These include vague claims and unclear language, including terms such as ‘eco’ or ‘sustainable’ without adequate evidence. Brands may

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After nearly an hour-long circuit, the VIP tour of the Culinary Institute of the South, set to open this fall, landed back on the first floor in space that will house the future Technical College of the Lowcountry’s Foodseum in Buckwalter Place Commerce Park in Bluffton.

The exterior of Technical College of the Lowcountry’s Culinary Institute of the South as seen on Thursday, June 3, 2021, in Bluffton. Drew Martin

New drawings showed the basic style of the space, with interactive screens, half walls with quizzes to test people’s food skills, and a large wooden table.

One thing that

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Years ago, we moved from our home in Switzerland to England. Among the mixed emotions, one standout was a relief to live again in an English-language culture.

While I can write at length about our bumbling and surprisingly foreign experience settling into U.K. life, I will stay on the topic of language. After all, it was one of the perks of this international move, and the excuse we used to propel ourselves to a remote corner of southeast England in our well-intentioned quest to blend in. After all, we were fluent in the local language — we only missed a

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