A not-so guilty pleasure? Nestlé promises greener Easter eggs

Jessica Shankleman
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Nestlé becomes first major confectioner to use 100 per cent recyclable packaging around its Easter eggs

Nestlé has today been hailed as the first major confectioner to package its Easter eggs in only recyclable materials, in a move designed to slash the vast amounts of waste produced by chocolate lovers...

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