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Sustainable Shopping: A Green Guide to Our Stores

Welcome to arc Shopping Centre’s sustainable shopping guide! We’ve rounded up all the eco initiatives our stores offer to help you make more informed and sustainable choices when you shop with us. 

The Apex

Nestled within The Apex, The Coffee House is renowned for its smooth, rich coffee, triple-certified by the Fair Trade Foundation. Committed to ethical sourcing, they’ve gained approval from both the Soil Association and the Rainforest Alliance. 


Step into L’Occitaine and immerse yourself in beauty that goes beyond skin deep. As a certified B-corp, they’re dedicated to fairness and transparency. Achieving 100% Fair Trade on select collections and offsetting carbon emissions on online orders, L’Occitaine leads with purpose, embodying sustainability in every product.


FatFace offers fashion for the whole family with a conscience. With 100% responsibly sourced cotton, certified to the Organic Content Standard, and a commitment to Better Cotton, their clothing reflects a dedication to sustainability. From organic fibres to lower-impact production processes, FatFace is rewriting the narrative of responsible fashion.

River Island

From zero single-use plastic in packaging to sourcing renewable energy for all stores, River Island is making strides towards a greener future. With in-store clothes recycling and responsibly sourced cotton, River Island is a great fashion-forward and eco-conscious choice for shoppers.


H&M’s Garment Collecting programme leads the charge in textile recycling. With garment collecting boxes in all stores, they’re driving circularity in fashion. And with a commitment to wastewater recycling and sustainable materials, H&M proves that fashion can be both stylish and sustainable.

JoJo Maman BeBe

As a certified B-corp, JoJo Maman BeBe is dedicated to sustainable clothing and accessories for your little ones. From renewable energy in stores to recycled materials in products, they’re paving the way for a more eco-friendly future. With long-lasting designs and responsible materials, JoJo Maman BeBe is nurturing both babies and the planet.


Accessorize is committed to sustainable accessorising. As part of the Better Cotton Initiative, they support environmentally friendly cotton farming. With a focus on recycled materials and reduced plastic usage in their pieces this a great option for eco-friendly bags, sunglasses and more.


From jackets made from recycled bottles to renewable energy, Superdry is making sustainability cool. With renewable electricity in factories and recycled fabrics in a majority of their collections, they’re setting a new standard for eco-friendly fashion. 


Clarks is walking the walk towards sustainability. By using recycled materials to responsible leather sourcing, Clarks are putting their best foot forward. With glueless shoes and recycling schemes in-store, they are making strides towards a greener future.

Hotel Chocolat

Hotel Chocolat is crafting chocolates with a conscience. From fair pricing for farmers to agroforestry initiatives, they’re sweetening the deal for all those involved in chocolate production. With investments in biodiversity and carbon sequestration, Hotel Chocolat is proving that indulgence can be eco-friendly.


Pandora is adorning the world with their sustainable jewellery. Their 100% recycled silver and gold collections is setting a new standard for luxury. They also have an extensive lab-grown diamond range, an eco-friendly and ethical alternative to classic diamonds. 

By making conscious choices and supporting these eco-friendly initiatives, we can all play a part in creating a greener, more ethical future.

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