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Mr. Jim Cooper

Wrong Jim Cooper?

Spokesman

Phone: +61 *********  
Local Address:  Australia
Coles Group Limited
800 Toorak Rd.
Tooronga , Victoria 3146
Australia

Company Description: Coles Myer is Australia's leading retailer with annual sales in excess of A$22.4 billion. More than 15 million customers shop at the company's stores each week. It...   more
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Coles answers critics on Hormone-free meat | Love, Sex, Lifestyle Ruth Ostrow | @ostrowruth
ruthostrow.com, 6 June 2013 [cached]
Coles spokesman Jim Cooper admitted to being swayed by consumer demand on animal welfare.
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Mr Cooper dismissed claims by some farmers on this site that Coles is imposing rules on the local industry that it does not impose on overseas suppliers of smallgoods.
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But Cooper says: "With regards to us imposing onerous conditions on our industry, it's simply not true.
Jim Cooper, the spokesperson ...
www.ausfoodnews.com.au, 28 Aug 2012 [cached]
Jim Cooper, the spokesperson for Coles said that Coles' private-label milk is already permeate-free in some parts of Australia and Coles... ...Read more >
GEJI 2009: Project Plastic Bags
www.gejiweb.org [cached]
Jim Cooper, Coles Myer Media Manager, was unable to confirm a plastic bag reduction policy exists. "I would need to check with our stores to see if any policy is in place," he said.
UPDATE: "Coles team members ...
www.insideretail.com.au, 8 Sept 2012 [cached]
UPDATE: "Coles team members bring the groceries out to the customer's car and load the groceries into the customer's boot," says Jim Cooper, corporate communication manager of Coles.
Jim Cooper, a spokesman for ...
www.josken.net, 23 April 2012 [cached]
Jim Cooper, a spokesman for Australia's second largest retailer, Coles, said the company believed current labelling requirements for GM ingredients were reasonable.
"However, we're aware that this is an emerging and often contentious issue, and if the consensus across grower groups, industry, government and consumers was that the labelling of GM ingredients should be changed in the future, then we would support a review," he said.Coles required its house-brand products to be GM-free, and asked suppliers to provide it with a supply chain audit trail to certify the origins of all goods.
Mr Cooper said Coles would be introducing a GM testing program for house-brand products in coming months.
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