Sources of scientific data referencing I Can't Believe It's Not Butter!
|Environmental :: Packaging / Recycling||National Packaging Covenant Signatory||Signatory to the National Packaging Covenant (mk2- began September 2005), a voluntary agreement to encourage waste minimisation.||Unilever Australia|
|Environmental :: Packaging / Recycling||Environment Victoria||Unilever has been criticised in Environment Victoria's DUMP report 2004 for Excessive Use of Material in a Package. Their product 'Dove Cleansing Pillows Vanity Case plus refill pack' won the award for 1 x Cardboard outer wrap 1 x Flexible film inner wrap 1 x Rigid PP '5' plastic inner 2 x Rigid HDPE '2' plastic with foil peel off top.||Nov. 3, 2004||Unilever Australia|
|Environmental :: Packaging / Recycling||Environment Victoria||Smiths awarded the 'most likely to be littered' award in Environment Victoria's DUMP report 2007. Seakist* Lunch Kit pack features seven different small packaging parts (steel can, foil packet, plastic fork, serviette, two loose paper labels and a PVC plastic container) that are highly likely to be littered or at best dumped in the bin because no recycling instructions or information is provided. *Please note Seakist is now owned by Simplot.||Feb. 6, 2007||Unilever Australia|
|Environmental :: Genetic Engineering||2010 True Food Guide [True Food Network - Greenpeace]||Company has brands that are rated 'green' in Greenpeace True Foods Guide 2010, signifying a clear policy on excluding GE-derived ingredients, including oils derived from GE crops, and animal products from animals fed on GE crops.||May 16, 2010||Unilever Australia|