Tackling food waste: Lidl launches cut price veg boxes for £1.50

Madeleine Cuff
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Lidl's fruit and veg boxes will cost just £1.50 | Credit: Lidl
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Lidl's fruit and veg boxes will cost just £1.50 | Credit: Lidl

Trial sees 5kg boxes of damaged and wonky vegetables sold to public at cut-price, in effort to reduce food waste

Low-cost supermarket Lidl has launched a trial programme to cut food waste, selling boxes of imperfect fruit and veg to customers in store for just £1.50. The 'Too Good to Waste' boxes are filled with...

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