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Fachwissen-Bibliothek

26. Januar 2021 Ein Foto einer Bibliothek voller Bücher.

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Die gelernte Produktentwicklerin für Naturkosmetik und angehende Kräuterheilkundlerin kämpft mit NKM für mehr Natur und Nachhaltigkeit in der Kosmetikbranche.

Mareike Peters

NKM-Gründerin

Quellen und weiterführende Literatur

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