Kraft Heinz pledges to slash packaging waste, as PepsiCo beefs up US recycling campaign

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Kraft Heinz pledges to slash packaging waste, as PepsiCo beefs up US recycling campaign

US food and drink giants step up efforts to boost recycling rates and tackle packaging waste, as Kraft Heinz joins Science Based Targets Initiative

Two of the world's largest food and drink brands have this week launched new strategies to tackle packaging waste and boost recycling rates across the consumer goods sector. Kraft Heinz yesterday debuted...

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