Soft drinks maker Suntory plots switch to 100 per cent recycled plastic bottles

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But GB and Ireland arm of Lucozade and Ribena manufacturer warns of shortages and soaring costs of rPET in Europe

The manufacturer of soft drinks including Lucozade and Ribena is planning to use 100 per cent recycled plastic in the production of its 500ml bottles in Great Britain and Ireland by the end of the year,...

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