Tesco toasts removal of one billion pieces of plastic from its shelves in 2020

Cecilia Keating
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Supermarket claims to have met its pledge to remove one billion pieces of plastic, working with suppliers to remove unnecessary and excessive packaging of products

Tesco claims to have made significant headway last year in cutting back on the plastic stocked on its shelves, after working closely with more than a thousand of its suppliers to meet its annual goal to...

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