General Mills, Schwan's and Target want to fix the flexible packaging problem

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General Mills, Schwan's and Target want to fix the flexible packaging problem

A group of leading US companies are investing in new plans to try and tackle the flexible plastic recycling challenge

When it comes to plastic, films and flexible formats - like the air pillows that protect goods shipped by e-commerce retailers, heavy-duty bags that hold dog food or soil, and the wrap that might hug your...

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