Tesco defends carbon label scheme

James S Murray

As critics accuse carbon labels of confusing customers, supermarket giant insists initiative has proved "encouraging" and cheaper than expected

Tesco has today launched an impassioned defence of its plans to put carbon labels on all its products, rejecting accusations that the labels confuse customers and insisting that its pilot scheme has already...

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