Lidl and Waitrose crowned the UK's 'greenest supermarkets'

Cecilia Keating
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Powering shops and fridges, operating delivery vans and depots, packaging products and handling waste has significant impacts on the environment | Credit: iStock
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Powering shops and fridges, operating delivery vans and depots, packaging products and handling waste has significant impacts on the environment | Credit: iStock

Eco-ranking of UK's largest supermarkets underscores significant discrepancies between chains' performance on waste, emissions, and plastic

Lidl and Waitrose have been identified as the UK's 'greenest' supermarkets in a ranking of retailers' efforts to reduce emissions, food waste, and plastic packaging compiled by consumer charity Which?...

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