Iceland pledges to become plastic neutral with launch of new plastic recovery programme

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Iceland has partnered with ocean clean-up organisation Seven Clean Seas to launch a global waste plastic recovery programme
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Iceland has partnered with ocean clean-up organisation Seven Clean Seas to launch a global waste plastic recovery programme

The supermarket’s managing director calls for other supermarkets to slash their plastic footprints following UN report

Iceland Foods has announced it will offset its plastic footprint as it works towards becoming plastic-free across its own label packaging. The supermarket chain yesterday unveiled fresh plans to recover...

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