First sustainable Lego pieces to go on sale

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CREDIT: Maria Tuxen Hedegaard/Lego

Range including leaves, bushes and trees made entirely from plant-based plastic sourced from sugar cane will be available later this year

The first Lego pieces made from plant-based plastic sourced from sugar cane will go on sale this year, the company has announced. The 85-year-old Danish toymaker said production has begun on a range...

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