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Shoprite to pay South African customers for reusing plastic bags
by Nqobile Dludla
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23 October 2018
On 23 October 2018 Reuters reported:
Shoprite Holdings, South Africa's biggest supermarket chain, said on Tuesday (23 October) it would pay customers for reusing its newly introduced recyclable bag as it joined domestic rivals in efforts to curb plastic pollution.
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Supermarkets have come under increased pressure to cut their use of plastic as images of littered oceans and beaches become commonplace . . . The retailer added that packaging of all broccoli, cauliflower, baby marrows, patty pans, baby gems, squash variety and fruit packs will switch to fully biodegradable and comfortable containers from early November.
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