Cranswick cuts 450 tonnes of plastic since February

Madeleine Cuff
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Cranswick cuts 450 tonnes of plastic since February

Meat giant reports significant progress on cutting plastic use since it joined the industry-wide Plastics Pact earlier this year

Cranswick, one of the UK's largest meat suppliers, has cut 450 tonnes of plastic from its supply chain since joining the UK Plastics Pact, the company announced this week. The food giant said the reduction...

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