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Here you will find all of our previous articles that have been posted on the website.

CottonSofts sponsor “One Thing You Can Live Without” Beat Bowel Cancer Campaign

New Zealand has one of the highest rates of bowel cancer in the world, over 3,000 diagnosed yearly and approximately 1,200 losing their lives annually.

Cottonsoft's "Give a Crap" bowel cancer campaing raises awareness and donations

Read the following to learn more about Cottonsoft's involvement.

The legacy of two brave kiwis

This time last year the Cottonsoft team was ramping up efforts to raise awareness and promote conversation about bowel cancer through our Christmas-themed ‘I Give A Crap’ campaign.

Cottonsoft welcomes APP’s one million hectare conservation pledge

Asia Pulp and Paper’s (APP) commitment to support and restore the conservation of one million hectares of forest across Indonesia is welcome news to the team here at Cottonsoft.

Cottonsoft awarded Innovator of the Year

Cottonsoft was recently awarded Innovator of the Year 2014 by Environmental Choice New Zealand (ECNZ). The ECNZ eco-label, which is government owned, covers 2,000 products and services, and Cottonsoft was judged the most innovative new environmental license holder for 2014.

Cottonsoft follows up expansion of Dunedin operation with award for innovation

Operating in the highly competitive FMCG space, toilet tissue and paper towel manufacturer Cottonsoft is cementing its market leadership following the recent expansion of its Dunedin manufacturing facility.

Cottonsofts adds ECNZ and BBCA logos to packs

Operating in the highly competitive FMCG space, toilet tissue and paper towel manufacturer Cottonsoft is cementing its market leadership following the recent expansion of its Dunedin manufacturing facility.

APP to support restoration of Indonesian Rainforests

Asia Pulp and Paper Group (APP) has today announced a plan to restore and support the conservation of one million hectares of rainforest across Indonesia.

Thank you for giving a crap

With more than 10,000 YouTube hits on our ‘I Give a Crap’ video, several well-known Kiwis supporting the cause and widespread coverage of the campaign including TV1’s Seven Sharp and the New Zealand Herald, I believe that ‘I Give a Crap’ has been a resounding success.

Why we all need to ‘give a crap’ this Christmas

Bowel cancer – it’s the most common cancer affecting both men and women in New Zealand with more than 3,000 cases diagnosed each year.