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Trader Joe's listens to customer feedback, making big changes
by Alix Martichoux, SFGATE
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1 March 2019
On 1 March 2019 SFGate reported:
Trader Joe's grocery chain announced it will be taking more steps to reduce plastic and other packaging waste. The retailer said it's been listening to customers' feedback on the issue, and, in response, has stopped offering single-use plastic carryout bags in stores nationwide (already banned in all large stores in California). In addition to that, Trader Joe's said it has replaced plastic produce bags with biodegradable and compostable options . . .
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