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ALDI saves plastic on Easter chocolate eggs

Aldi is reforming the British Easter chocolate eggs: the bottom of the novelties will be flat, thus the store chain will save several tons of plastic – napi.hu wrote. Aldi...

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Co-Op Removes Plastic Packaging From Easter Eggs

As part of its commitment to eliminate plastic from its own-brand products, UK retailer The Co-operative has removed the plastic packaging from its private label Easter eggs. The move will...

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Auchan Retail To Remove 55m Plastic Food Trays From Stores

Auchan Retail has announced plans to replace some 55 million plastic food trays, used in its meat and seafood departments, with a compostable vegetable fibre alternative. The move will see...

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Materials containing plastic and bamboo together should not come into contact with food

Marketing of food contact products containing plastic and bamboo together is banned in EU member states, National Food Chain Safety Agency (Nébih) grants grace period to distributors until next quarter...

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Lithuania Registers Highest Plastic Packaging Recycling Rate In The EU In 2018

According to the latest data from Eurostat, Lithuania registered the highest plastic packaging recycling rate (69.3%) among EU nations in 2018. Slovenia emerged second with a recycling rate of 60.4%...

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Tesco Changes Packaging Concepts for Cheese and Chicken

The British retail chain Tesco wants to use a new concept to save 260 tons of plastic per year on packaging for its own label hard cheeses. The packaging of...

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PepsiCo To Eliminate Virgin Plastics From Beverage Bottles In Nine EU Markets By 2022

PepsiCo has announced plans to switch to beverage bottles made from 100% recycled plastic for its Pepsi Brand in nine EU markets by 2022. The initiative will reduce carbon emissions...

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Aldi UK To Introduce Fully Recyclable Packaging For Own-Brand Cereals

Aldi UK has announced plans to introduce 100% recyclable packaging for its private label cereals by the end of this year. The move will see the retailer replace the plastic...

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KitKat drops its logo to encourage Aussies to recycle

KitKat has temporarily replaced its logo to encourage Aussies to recycle soft plastics correctly. The new logo on KitKat’s four-finger bar features the campaign’s tagline ‘Give the Planet a Break’....

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European Court of Auditors: The Union must increase the rate of recycling of plastic packagings

The European Union needs to increase the rate of recycling of plastic packagings, as there is a serious risk that it will not meet its targets for 2025 and 2030,...

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