Santé: Pernod Ricard pulls forward date for phase-out of single use point-of-sale plastics

Cecilia Keating
Credit: Pernod Ricard

Credit: Pernod Ricard

Owner of Absolut Vodka and Jameson has delivered sustainable materials guidance to its 90 affiliates in order to ensure that single-use plastic is eliminated from point-of-sale items next year.

French drinks giant Pernod Ricard has moved forward a target to ban single-use plastic in point-of-sale items to 2021, four years ahead of the original schedule. The Absolut Vodka, Jameson, and Jacob's...

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