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How do UK supermarkets rate on the climate crisis?

On the eve of the Cop26 summit, we see what the big chains are doing on the environmentWhen Morrisons last month pledged to scrap plastic packaging from its bananas - the second most commonly bought fresh product in its stores - it sounded like a sensible move. "Bananas have their own packaging: their skins," Elio Biondo, Morrisons' banana buyer, said. Instead of plastic bags, paper bands will be used to ensure bunches remain intact.It was one of a number of initiatives disclosed by retailers in recent years, with others including more recyclable and compostable packaging and "refill stations" for loose items such as pasta. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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