Amazon Aware: Retail giant launches sustainable everyday products range

BusinessGreen staff
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Amazon Aware: Retail giant launches sustainable everyday products range

Climate-aware and eco-friendly clothing, homeware, and personal care products form part of major new product line from the tech and retail giant

Amazon has launched a new line of climate-aware and eco-friendly clothing, homeware, and personal care products under the banner Amazon Aware, which will see a wide range of new products backed by third-party...

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