Refills, recycling and plastic-free fruit and veg: Asda debuts 'sustainability store'

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The branch includes 15 refill stations for household staples, such as coffee and shampoo | Credit: Asda
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The branch includes 15 refill stations for household staples, such as coffee and shampoo | Credit: Asda

Trial store in Leeds is set to feature more than 50 fresh produce lines sold in a loose or unwrapped format to cut down on packaging and plastic waste

Asda has cut the ribbon on a trial "sustainability store" in Leeds, where shoppers are able to refill on packaging-free household staples such as tea, coffee, shampoo, laundry detergent, rice and pasta,...

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