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Angela Barnes 15 Jan 18
So campaigns for in Supermarkets. We waste so much. I'm up for , who's in?
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Natalie Mitchell 4 Feb 18
Tips for : Switch to shampoo, conditioner, soap and deodorant bars (check out ). Keep a reusable water bottle and coffee container with you. Keep a fold away shopping bag with you. Buy loose fruit and veg out of the bags, just keep in the crisper.
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Jillian Gregory 3 Feb 18
any thoughts on making products with plastic free packaging, like paper tube lip balms? They exist already so it can be done!
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Sally Wilton Feb 25
The one and only pack of cheese I could find in Marks and Spencer that is not wrapped in plastic. However if they can do this then what’s stopping them wrapping more in foil?
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Easy Being Green Mar 1
has come to an end but what a month! Highlights include the first supermarket aisle, PG tips switching to fully biodegradable tea bags and a huge campaign to ban plastic straws! What changes did you make to ?
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Barry Greenan 10 Feb 18
Why do major supermarkets insist on wrapping organic fruit/veg in ?! Should not have to wrestle with dilemma of either 1) organic but plastic OR 2) loose but pesticide
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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.
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Plastic Watch 7 Feb 18
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Sam Burch 17 Feb 18
Successful shopping trip to Staple Hill today. Butchers accepted the containers I had brought from home and most veg in greengrocers was
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Know Your #SDGs 🇳🇬 Feb 6
Experts says drinking water from a plastic bottles may increase the chance of cancer risk ♋️ . this
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Emily Shaw 12 Feb 18
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?
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Sustainabilty at KES Feb 24
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Zero Waste 4 Feb 18
Zerowaste doesn't have to cost you extra, it can be as simple as taking a bag with you. You can buy bread quite easily package free. Cost = nothing (I spent less on this than our normal packaged bread we buy)
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Ruhi Thallon 11 Feb 18
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Toke's Food & Drink 2 Feb 18
Doing our bit to help: now available in glass bottles.
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SNACT 7 Feb 18
"more companies who put plastic packaging on the market ought to design their while keeping in mind what happens to it after use." We agree 100%! 'Out of sight, out of mind' shouldn't be applied when it comes to plastic.☝️
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Emma Darnell 14 Jan 18
I hope this idea is noticed and trends I will definitely be partaking in 🌎❤️
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Wet Tribe 2 Feb 18
Make a commitment to a life. Here are a few ways to start: Bring a reusable bottle; carry canvas totes; shop fresh and in bulk - Most importantly, (bottles, bags, coffee pods and lids, containers, utensils, and straws)
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Nina Springle 16 Feb 18
Common story all over the world. Not only is this not sustainable in terms of but it is unsustainably brutal on our wildlife
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Red Ducks 1 Feb 18
Just realised that by ditching supermarket bread for all of January, we have not only enjoyed better but avoided all those pesky plastic bags too!
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