Chicken and cereal open up new front in war on plastic

James Murray
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Credit: Tesco

Tesco announces it is removing plastic trays from its fresh chicken, as Aldi unveils fully recyclable cereal packaging

Supermarkets efforts to reduce plastic waste took two steps forward yesterday, as Tesco announced it is to stop using plastic trays to pack its fresh, whole chickens and Aldi unveiled its new 100 per cent...

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