Waitrose to remove all takeaway disposable coffee cups from stores

James Murray
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Waitrose to remove all takeaway disposable coffee cups from stores

Supermarket says it will save more than 52 million cups and over 200 tonnes of plastic waste

Waitrose has today opened up a new front in the war against disposable coffee cups with the announcement it is to remove all takeaway cups from its stores by the autumn. The supermarket said it will...

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