'Test and learn': Asda announces plan for sustainable store to trial refillable solutions

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Shoppers will be able to refill their own containers of both own-brand Asda products and a range of household brands
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Shoppers will be able to refill their own containers of both own-brand Asda products and a range of household brands

Refill stations, recycling points, and a 'naked florist' are all to be trialled at a Leeds store

Supermarket giant Asda is preparing to transform a store in Leeds into a "test and learn" sustainable retail hub that will encourage shoppers to reuse and recycle, the company announced today. Following...

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