Glossier has announced that it will start shipping products to Canada at the end of the month, followed by a UK launch later this year and land on French shores in 2018.

Reckitt Benckiser has rubbished claims made by Oxfam that it is engaging in tax avoidance. Oxfam accused RB of relocating its business headquarters in order to funnel profits through more favorable tax regimes.

Unilever is ‘committed’ to further investment in Nigeria, according to a report published by The Nation.

Cruelty Free International is calling on cosmetics industry players and regulatory bodies to bring an end to animal testing for beauty products by 2021.

Coty-owned Philosophy has opened an online store on Alibaba’s popular Tmall e-commerce site, according to a report published by China Daily.

Lush partnered with Ocean Legacy Foundation to gather 27 tons of plastic from Vancouver Island, which the ethical cosmetics firm is planning to use to make the packaging for its products, according to a report published by Bustle. The effort was funded through sales of the brand’s Charity Pot body lotion.

South Africa’s Competition Commission has issued fines to two major specialty chemical suppliers for engaging in ‘cartel-like behavior’, according to a report published by All Africa.

WestBridge Capital partners is said to be planning to invest up to Rs900 crore in Vini Cosmetics, according to a report published by The Economic Times.

Camlin Fine Sciences and its subsidiary CFS Europe have jointly acquired a 51 percent stake in Ningbo Wanglong Flavors and Fragrances, according to a report published by Equity Bulls.

Unilever Foundry has launched in Ireland in partnership with leading start-up hub Dogpatch Labs.

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