Waitrose to ditch 'best before' labels on food, veg, and plants

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Waitrose to ditch 'best before' labels on food, veg, and plants

Move designed to help households shrink their climate impact, as well as their shopping bill

Waitrose has this morning announced it plans to remove 'best before' dates on more than 500 products, from citrus fruits and salad items to vegetables and indoor plants, in a bid to tackle food waste....

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