Iceland cuts own-brand plastic packaging by 29 per cent

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Supermarket claims engaging with its suppliers and customers has been key to reducing plastic from own-brand products

Frozen food retailer Iceland has today announced it has cut its use of plastic by almost a third, two years on from its pledge to remove plastics from all own-label products by the end of 2023. The...

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