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Spain bans plastic wraps for fruit and vegetables to reduce waste
by Madeleine Muzdakis
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6 October 2021
On 6 October 2021 My Modern Met reported:
Spain's Ministry for Ecological Transition is currently drafting a decree which will ban plastic wrap for produce sold in stores weighing under 1.5 kilograms (about 3.3 pounds). The ban will go into effect in 2023. The edict hopes to encourage shoppers to buy in bulk or use reusable packaging. The new decree is also considering ways to make drinking water readily accessible and decrease the use of plastic water bottles. Plastic cups may also be regulated.
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