Sainsbury's reveals sustainability success as sales of green products soar

James S Murray
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Supermarket giant confirms that not only is it making good progress against environmental goals, it has also seen sales of green products climb

Sainsbury's has today revealed that sales of products carrying sustainability and fair trade labels have climbed significantly in the past year, despite the tough economic environment. The supermarket...

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