Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Karen Sutton Feb 16
Whoop !! Finally someone on fish counter saw sense! £6 of prawns straight in Tupperware container. No . Tesco please make this your in all stores??
Reply Retweet Like
AnneLenaS Feb 17
Well done, , for delivering completely ! 🔄
Reply Retweet Like
Emily Shaw Feb 12
Great move for reintroducing brown paper bags for loose mushrooms. The other fruit and veg won't be offended if you perhaps extended this to the entire fruit and veg aisle?
Reply Retweet Like
Nadine Peatfield Feb 11
Where do you stand on reducing packaging? Both ‘By Sainsbury’s’ broccoli. Unpackaged £1.55 per kg Packaged £1.34 per kg
Reply Retweet Like
Credibly Green 56m
Day 21 of - swap cling film for aluminium foil
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Russell Feb 13
Come on makers, let's make this the norm. Who will be the most influential, forward thinking and profitable considering the growing demand.
Reply Retweet Like
Amelia Womack Feb 18
Here's a few of my favourite tips for everyone taking party in . I've also provided some tips on how we make institutional change to help individual change
Reply Retweet Like
Jessica Tooze 3h
Good morning what is the actual point of this please?
Reply Retweet Like
Chris J Coates Feb 16
Reply Retweet Like
Everything Eco Feb 18
Reply Retweet Like
Iain Philpott Feb 16
- let's do it. I'm shooting a film next week about making 'Beeswax Wraps' - they get rid of the need for 'cling film'. We can all do our bit!
Reply Retweet Like
Treacle Market Feb 19
Working hard to become a plastic packaging free place to shop. Help us please and bring your own shopping bag to Treacle on Sunday or buy a swanky reusable one from one of the stalls.
Reply Retweet Like
WilliamMorrisGallery Feb 20
Drink responsibly. Switch to an ecofriendly in . We’ve 7 Morris designs to choose from in our online shop:
Reply Retweet Like
Less Plastic Feb 18
2/2 ...Having now learnt more about the environmental consequences of plastic, I want to see and record how hard it is to tweak the modern/urban lifestyle to use less single-use plastic.
Reply Retweet Like
plastic is rubbish Feb 20
day 20 shop with  reusable produce bags that you put your loose fruits (and other stuff) in. you don’t have to use those nasty flimsy plastic bags they dish out
Reply Retweet Like
EKO Feb 15
Reply Retweet Like
william ramsay 2h
We are going nowhere near a solution or change while co's use 20% more packaging than the product.
Reply Retweet Like
Vijoleta Gordeljevic Feb 20
What's most of the world's being used for?
Reply Retweet Like
Catherine West Feb 14
Reply Retweet Like
Councillor Natalie McVey Feb 18
Today’s post is about one of the most loved drinks in the UK . What you are about to read may surpise you, but there is a solution. There is a double benefit in purchasing loose tea as in many shops you can take in your own container to refill 😀☕️👇🏻
Reply Retweet Like