Vogue - Is Sustainability Finally Fashionable?!

Vogue - Is Sustainability Finally Fashionable?!

January 15, 2020

Vogue featured us for five months in a row. Is sustainability finally fashionable? We are, without doubt, super happy to be featured. Thank you, Vogue!

The article mentions Moving Bean's products as "[...] rich in flavour, you’ll detect dark chocolate and berry tasting notes with delicate sweetness."

Here an excerpt from one of the months we were featured in the Vogue edition: 



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