'Deplastify': European food giants accused of failing to make progress in tackling plastic pollution

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'Deplastify': European food giants accused of failing to make progress in tackling plastic pollution

New report claims that nine ‘Big Food’ corporations that were served notice last year over their plastic footprint are failing to take sufficient action to tackle pollution

Nestlé, Danone, and McDonalds France are among nine major food and beverage companies to come under fire today, after being accused of failing to do enough to reduce their use of plastic. A new report...

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