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Back to refillables: Britain's Tesco targets plastic waste with online trial
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14 July 2020
On 14 July 2020 Reuters reported:
Online shoppers at Tesco will be able to order ketchup and Coca-Cola in refillable bottles as part of a pilot service by Britain's biggest supermarket chain that aims to cut down on waste generated by plastic packaging. Tesco has partnered with Loop, a spin-off of waste management company TerraCycle, for the trial which will allow online shoppers to buy products . . . in reusable containers.
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