KP Snacks launches national pack recycling scheme

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KP Snacks launches national pack recycling scheme

Snack company becomes latest major brand to team up with TerraCycle to encourage recycling of hard to process packages

KP Snacks has today announced the launch of a new nationwide recycling scheme for nuts, popcorn, crisps and pretzels packets that are often not accepted through kerbside recycling services. The company...

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