Waitrose debuts compostable own brand tea bags

James Murray
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Credit: Waitrose

Credit: Waitrose

Waitrose has today announced it has become the first UK supermarket to sell own brand tea bags that are certified as suitable for home composting, in a move designed to make it easier for customers to...

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