Tupperware Brands Corporation announced third quarter net sales of $302.8 million, a 20% dip from $376.9 million during the third quarter of last year.
Tupperware Brands Corporation released its 2022 ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) Report, highlighting its efforts to make ongoing progress towards its sustainability, environmental and gender equity goals.
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Tupperware Brands Corporation released its financial report for the second quarter of 2022, including an 18% dip in net sales to $340.4 million, down from $416.6 million in the second quarter of 2021.
New Image Group announced it has acquired Nutrimetics, a skincare and cosmetics brand, from Tupperware Brands Corporation. The acquisition includes Nutrimetics Australia, Nutrimetics International New Zealand, Nutrimetics Manufacturing and Nutrimetics France.
Tupperware Brands Corporation has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its Nutrimetics beauty business, operating in Australia, New Zealand and France, as part of its turnaround plan.
In a limited-time collaboration, Tupperware debuted food and drinkware containers featuring Vera Bradley’s signature floral designs. The line includes three vibrant Vera Bradley patterns—Daisy Smile Collection, Falling Daisies Collection and Sunflower Collection—and includes a reusable ECO+ Water Bottle, Snack Set and Sandwich.
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Tupperware is renewing its commitment to the National Park Foundation with continued support and a $2 million multi-year donation. This new pledge follows Tupperware’s investment last year in national park composting infrastructure, water bottle refill station installations and education.
Currently, Tupperware has 11 manufacturing facilities around the world, but this expansion will provide more diversification in its supplier base and extend the company’s access to sustainable materials.
In early 2021, Tupperware completed a materiality assessment to determine which areas would be most important to the business as it built a thoughtful environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategy.