Square-bottomed Easter eggs spearhead Aldi's latest anti-plastics drive

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By giving its eggs a square bottom, Aldi is removing the need for supportive plastic packaging.
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By giving its eggs a square bottom, Aldi is removing the need for supportive plastic packaging.

Supermarket announces latest step in its drive to ensure all product packaging is reusable, recyclable or compostable by the end of 2025

Discount supermarket Aldi is turning Easter green this year, by removing two million pieces of throwaway plastic from its seasonal confectionery range - and giving some of its Easter eggs a square-shaped...

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