Pret promises switch to compostable cutlery

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Company announces it will introduce compostable cutlery across all its UK stores next year

Pret has promised to introduce compostable single use cutlery at all its stores next year, as it continues to pursue efforts to curb plastic waste. The sandwich giant tweeted this morning that plans...

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