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The biggest player in India's huge online shopping business will stop using throwaway plastic packaging
by Rishi Iyengar, CNN Business
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29 August 2019
On 29 August 2019 CNN reported:
India's biggest online retailer is giving itself less than two years to stop using single-use plastic when shipping its products. Flipkart, the Indian e-commerce company owned by Walmart, said Thursday [29 August] it would eliminate single-use plastic in packaging by March 2021. It also committed to 'move towards 100 percent recycled plastic consumption' in its supply chain by the same date.
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