Tesco and Asda tap fruit coating technology to tackle food and packaging waste

Cecilia Keating
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Tesco and Asda tap fruit coating technology to tackle food and packaging waste

Avocados, oranges, and lemons set to be covered in Apeel covering in push to extend shelf life and reduce the need for plastic packaging, supermarkets say

Fruit stocked in select Tesco and Asda stores are set to be covered in an edible coating product designed to extend their shelf life and reduce plastic waste, as part of trials announced by the two supermarket...

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