Tesco joins crackdown on plastic glitter for 2019 Christmas range

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Tesco will use a new, greener glitter on its Christmas plants and horticulture for this year's festivities | Credit: Courtney Emery
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Tesco will use a new, greener glitter on its Christmas plants and horticulture for this year's festivities | Credit: Courtney Emery

Retailer opts for biodegradable alternative but calls for extensive ban continue

The UK's largest retailer has joined the crackdown on glitter by switching to a plastic-free version for its Christmas range of trees, plants and flowers this year. With 142 days to go until Christmas,...

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