Second Asda 'refill store' opens in Glasgow ahead of COP26

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Toryglen in Glasgow is the latest location to open an Asda refill store | Credit:Asda
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Toryglen in Glasgow is the latest location to open an Asda refill store | Credit:Asda

Products from household brands such as CIF, Kellogg's, and Yorkshire Tea will be available to buy unpackaged from the new store

Asda has today opened its second 'refill store' in Toryglen, Glasgow, as part of its plans to remove three billion pieces of single use plastic from its business by 2025. The Toryglen store has dedicated...

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