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teatimechick Aug 12
Why are you encouraging us to by refill packs, reduce plastic waste and charge us 20% more for the privilege? Bottle £2.00 per litre, refill £2.50 per litre. Please make low-packaged products equal or cheaper, than the packaged alternative.
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FightAgainstPlastic Aug 14
Does anyone else walk into a supermarket & feel pure sadness at the shelf upon shelf of plastic that will end up goodness knows where? I just can't believe no-one seems to be acting with any urgency. Come on please do something to lead the way.
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Shingle Beach Aug 12
This is the way to buy toilet roll -wrapped in paper, not plastic. But when I go to my local supermarket you can’t buy toilet paper without plastic. It’s so unnecessary.
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Clare Andrews Aug 14
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SarahBoxer Aug 12
Why on earth has my online order come in a total of five plastic bags?! There is absolutely no need for this, and as a company who claims to be environmentally responsible, I’m shocked that you think this is appropriate.
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Katie Furlong-Chadburn Aug 12
First of all you’re still packing loo rolls in plastic bags 🙄 and second you’ve made the inside roll BIGGER so less sheets on each roll 😡 won’t be buying my loo roll from you again! Paying more money for less roll. (Top is a roll from last month!)
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Yaaseen B Aug 12
I wonder which supermarket will be the first to make sure all plastic packaging is recyclable first as a starting point to snowball into a ban on plastic. Will it be you or ?
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Louise Upton Aug 11
This is my fruit and veg shop from , a weekly shop for a family of four. Stacks of unnecessary plastic. I shall be returning this to store next week. When are we going to start seeing an improvement???
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Bex Alderton Aug 12
Yes finally a at ! Loose carrots same price as cheapest packed ones. But.. 6 loose Gala apples £2.20. 6 packed Gala apples £1.60. 6 cheapest packed Gala apples 69p.. Please extend the to every product
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RB Aug 14
What’s with all the plastic if you can sell them without it, why not do it for all of it?
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Christel Kronig Aug 17
Just started to receive these this week from instead of the usual recyclable cardboard packaging... WHY???? Time to stop using Amazon I think...
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Beatrix Aug 10
Go and get your toiletries and cleaning liquid refills at Ingrid’s Zero Waste on Vaughan Street Llandudno. I filled up my Fairy Liquid, and there’s shampoo & conditioner, shower gel, laundry liquid and conditioner, toilet cleaner etc.
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Catherine 7h
why oh why!? You've started wrapping the bakery items in plastic! The "paper" bags WITH plastic windows were bad enough. Please let me be wrong and these are biodegradable?
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Jo Seward Aug 16
Replying to @Tesco
My 'loose' fruit and veg came in 13 separate plastic bags today. 13 more than was necessary.
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Abi Dinx Aug 12
Letter from the future . Heading to the post box now
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Jane Ainscow 16h
So you want to cut down on bag use - great. But you’ve swapped the paper produce bag that I can reuse as a kitchen waste compost bag, for 4 plastic bags. Not a good swap.
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Jennifer Hogg Aug 11
Had a great time picking at , but why encourage everyone to use disposable plastic bags to pick produce that could easily be plastic free?
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Karla Rivershaw Aug 15
It doesn't feel like is taking their commitment to reduce plastic waste seriously when they have bottles of water at the impulse buy section of the store (right by the checkout). Maybe this could be swapped with a refill station?
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ORS UK 17h
How many plastic bags does it take to wrap a tiny silicone mould...? 4 apparently!
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F1-Fanatic 24h
Replying to @HughFW @sainsburys
Another 2 weeks worth of non recyclable food packaging left with Sainsbury's today but can you enlighten me about how can say to me that they will recycle this when I handed it back to them?
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