M&S launches plastic-free fruit and veg trial

James Murray
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M&S launches plastic-free fruit and veg trial

Retailer to undertake three month trial to investigate how a switch to plastic-free and loose produce impacts waste levels

Visitors to Marks and Spencer store in Tolworth will notice a surprising change to its produce section from this week, which could yet put the south London neighbourhood at the vanguard of the UK's efforts...

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