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Morrisons to remove plastic 'bags for life' and trial paper alternative
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16 August 2020
On 16 August 2020 The Guardian reported:
Morrisons is planning to ditch all its plastic 'bags for life' following evidence that they are being used once and thrown away. The food retailer is running a trial in eight stores from Monday [17 August], which will see sturdy paper bags offered at checkouts instead. If the trial is popular, introducing paper bags only across all its 494 stores would save 90m plastic bags being used annually, the equivalent of 3,510 tonnes of plastic per year, the company said.
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