Aldi targets greener groceries with natural refrigerant rollout for UK stores

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A CO2 refrigeration system

Supermarket retailer installing CO2-based refrigeration technology across all its UK stores in a bid to cut warming impact

Aldi stores will soon boast a cleaner cold chain, after the supermarket retailer today announced plans to install natural refrigerant systems across all of its UK outlets. The German retail giant said...

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