Nestlé, Coca-Cola and Natura top consumer-ranked list of green grocery brands

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Supermarket shelves stocked with beverages | Credit: iStock
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Supermarket shelves stocked with beverages | Credit: iStock

Despite plastic-packaged brands topping rankings, survey of more than 90,000 people worldwide highlights mounting environmental concern among grocery shoppers

Nestlé and Coca-Cola have topped a list of brands most recognised by consumers around the world for their environmental impact in a report published this morning by research firm Kantar which explores...

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