Starbucks and Hubbub announce new fund to support reusable and refillable packaging innovations

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Starbucks and Hubbub announce new fund to support reusable and refillable packaging innovations

Innovators can receive up to £300,000 to support projects that limit the impact or use of single-use packaging

Coffee giant Starbucks has extended its partnership with environmental charity Hubbub to launch a £1m fund to support pilot projects that reduce the impact of single-use packaging, such as disposable coffee...

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