Morrisons uncorks carbon savings with new screw cap

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Green Leaf cap promising to cut transport emissions and improve recycling rates to be piloted on supermarket's own-brand wine

Morrisons has become the first major UK retailer to introduce a new environmentally-friendly wine screw cap it claims will cut carbon emissions and make the bottle easier to recycle. The supermarket...

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