Three new members join the CE100 Network

Bic, Cargill, and deSter, have joined the CE100 Network’s pre-competitive space where they will contribute towards the transition to a circular economy through this unique multi-stakeholder platform.

BIC based in France, was founded more than 75 years ago and today its products are sold in more than 160 countries. BIC has invested in using recycled and alternative materials, and is working towards increasing recycling and making more refillable products.

Cargill is a food, agriculture, industrial, and financial services company based in the US. Cargill's Bioindustrial Group is committed to adopting circular economy business practices by designing products and developing end use markets for its bio-products.

deSter is a provider of food packaging and serviceware products to the aviation, hospitality, and food service industries. Underscoring its commitment towards transitioning to a circular economy, all new product developments will follow circular economy guidelines.

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