Tiniest Footprint: Huggies to eliminate plastic from wet wipes

Huggies also aims to eliminate 50 tonnes of plastic by the end of 2019

Huggies also aims to eliminate 50 tonnes of plastic by the end of 2019

Brand aims to remove 50 tonnes of plastic by the end of 2019

Childcare brand Huggies has announced plans to completely eliminate plastic from its baby wipes over the next five years. The firm made the commitment in an action plan outlined earlier this week that...

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