Iceland unwraps plastic-free Christmas dinner range

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Supermarket offers customers festive dinners of starters, mains, and desserts completely free of plastic packaging

Iceland is lining up a host of festive products this year that are completely free from plastic packaging, as it sets its sights on becoming the only major UK supermarket to offer its customers the choice...

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