Aldi rolls out cardboard steak packaging, as Absolut toasts paper vodka bottles

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Latest packaging innovations aimed at cutting back on plastic and carbon emissions, according to firms

Supermarket giant Aldi is taking steps to green its red meat, by rolling out cardboard packaging across its entire steak range in 890 UK stores. The move - which it estimates could save 1,100 tonnes...

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