Weetabix on track to hit 99 per cent recyclable packaging milestone

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Weetabix sources all of its wheat within a 50 mile radius of its mills, as part of its broader sustainability strategy
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Weetabix sources all of its wheat within a 50 mile radius of its mills, as part of its broader sustainability strategy

UK-based cereals company is set to reach 100 per cent recyclable packaging well ahead of 2025 deadline

The parent company behind Weetabix has announced that 99 per cent of its packaging will be widely recyclable by next summer, while it works towards reaching a 100 per cent target ahead of the 2025 deadline...

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