Tesco invites customers to dump unnecessary packaging

James S Murray
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Pilot scheme in two stores intended to gather information on where customers feel packaging improvements can be made

Tesco has announced plans for a trial scheme that will encourage customers to leave unwanted and excessive packaging at the checkout. Mirroring the high-profile Women's Institute campaign launched...

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