Food waste: M&S to ditch 'best before' dates on most fresh fruit and veg

Michael Holder
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Credit: M&S

Retailer set to start removing 'best before' dates from labels on over 300 fresh produce items nationwide this week in bid to cut down on food waste

Marks & Spencer is removing 'best before' dates from a range of fresh produce sold in its stores nationwide, in a bid to cut down on food waste both in households and its shops, it announced yesterday....

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