World's first plastic-free supermarket aisle unveiled in Amsterdam

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 Campaigners hope cutting plastic packaging in shops will reduce marine pollution | Credit: US Fish and Wildlife Service
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Campaigners hope cutting plastic packaging in shops will reduce marine pollution | Credit: US Fish and Wildlife Service

Dutch supermarket chain Ekoplaza first to host plastic-free aisle, where food is wrapped in biodegradeable plastic and packaging is made from metal, glass, and cardboard

The world's first plastic-free supermarket aisle has opened its doors in Amsterdam today, in what could prove a major advance in the fight against plastic waste pollution. Shoppers visiting Dutch supermarket...

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