Tag "műanyagmentes"

Iceland becomes first UK supermarket to launch plastic-free reusable woven bags

Iceland Foods has become the first UK supermarket in the UK to launch plastic-free reusable woven bags, expanding its alternatives to traditional plastic bags. The new reusable bags are a...

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Co-op scraps plastic from Christmas wrapping paper for “guilt-free” shopping

Co-op has removed plastic from its Christmas wrapping paper range to offer customers a “guilt-free” shopping experience. The retailer removed the plastic film from around the rolls of Christmas wrap...

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Iceland supermarkets set to become ‘plastic neutral’

Iceland has today announced plans to work with Seven Clean Seas to offset its plastic footprint by recovering and recycling nature-bound waste plastic in an equivalent weight to its 2022...

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Food truck = green thinking

Food trucks have found themselves in a special situation during the pandemic, but it seems that few operators were able to capitalise on their market advantages in Hungary. Perhaps they...

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New Online Supermarket Delivers Only in Jars

The new online supermarket “GerneOhne” aims to provide an alternative way to buy food: zero waste and conveniently from home is the motto. Customers throughout Germany have the opportunity to...

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Evergreen plants in catering

From 1 July 2021, the Regulation on the release of single-use plastics will enter into force. The fresh plastic ban affects many restaurants and encourages restaurant operators to prefer environmentally...

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From today, paper straws, paper drink cup tops, and wooden cutlery in the Hungarian McDonald’s

As previously announced, McDonald’s will withdraw single-use plastic straws, cutlery and plastic roofs covering beverage cups from all its domestic units from today, 25 June. They are now replaced by...

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Continente Opens First Supermarket With Plastic-Free Area

Sonae MC has opened its first supermarket in Portugal to adopt a single-use plastic free policy in its fruit and vegetable section. The policy has been rolled out in the...

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Asda Introduces Fresh Herbs In Sustainable Packaging

UK retailer Asda has announced that it has replaced plastic pots in its fresh herbs assortment with sustainable containers. The plastic wrap around the herbs has also been swapped with...

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McDonalds Store: Fast food giant reveals results of 10-day plastic-free trial

In a bid to test new packaging solutions and recycling initiatives, McDonald’s opened the “Better McDonald’s Store” in the Mall of Berlin in the German capital from June 17-26, replacing...

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(HU) Végre műanyagmentesen!

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Lidl: reusable bags for fruits and vegetables

Lidl has announced that it has introduced reusable net bags for fruits and vegetables in all its 119 stores across Denmark. The initiative is expected to cut the consumption of...

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Comfort matters more to consumers than protecting the environment?

A 1000-respondent representative online survey by NMS Hungary has revealed that environmental protection is important for 67 percent of Hungarians. At the same time, the concept of sustainability and sustainable development...

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REWE starts selling uncpackaged organic fruits and vegetables

German retailer REWE has decided to remove plastic from select fruit and vegetable categories in 630 of its supermarkets, in a move that will reduce plastic usage by 60,000 kilograms a year....

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