In the bag: Lidl to offer reusable fabric bags for fruit and veg

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The reusable bags are priced at 69p each | Credit: Lidl
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The reusable bags are priced at 69p each | Credit: Lidl

Supermarket is first in the UK to introduce reusable polyester bags for loose fruit and vegetables in a bid to cut down on single-use plastic

Lidl has begun rolling out reusable polyester bags for loose fruit and vegetables across its stores nationwide, claiming it is the first supermarket in the UK to offer customers a greener alternative to...

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