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Jack Monroe 16 Jan 18
Your daily reminder that pre-peeled and/or pre-chopped fruit and vegetables are extremely useful for people with a range of mobility impairments. Including me. If you can peel an onion without assistance, pipe the heck down shaming those of us who can't.
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Stephan Revier Feb 8
@walmart Please lets all try harder to save our Oceans , and limit the use of plastics in your stores ! Lets look for alternative packaging and save our Oceans ! Stephan Revier with Green Peace USA !
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Feb 1
Look at how much plastic tat there is in these kids mags! Does anyone else find this alarming? Where is it all going to end up?! You’d think that CBeebies at least might know better. Being Blue Planet's little baby cousin...
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Stephan Revier Feb 8
@wamart There is an Island in the North Atlantic the size of New York city and all of the area around the City ! It is nothing but plastic waste most coming from Asia . We urge you to stop using plastics . Stephan R with Green Peace USA !
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Stephan Revier Feb 8
@walmart It is of vital importance , that we focus on using less and less plastic wrap and plastic ! The plastic winds up in the Oceans , destroying sea life and wild life and polluting our waters ! I Stephan Revier with Green Peace USA !
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Collette Feb 16
what's with swedes in plastic??? They need it less than most vegetables! Also, why no paper bags for mushrooms? Loose mushrooms and plastic bags. .
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Lew Stringer Feb 2
If you want comics that aren't bagged with plastic tat, remember to support independent titles such as my Combat Colin comics. Not available in supermarkets so therefore under no pressure to be lumbered with toys. Buy directly from me:
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Megan Rosenfeld 🥀 14 Dec 17
Hi , can you look into the amount of plastic used when individually bagging up items ordered online? Surely these items could have been put in one bag. Or maybe introduce a ‘no bags’ option for online orders? The use of is a bit ridiculous...
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Dr Christian Dunn Apr 19
The banning of plastic straws & other is a step closer! This has happened because of the overwhelming public support for action on the issue! We need to keep the pressure going & make sure this happens!
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Rubbish Walks Feb 3
It’s days like today that bring me crashing back down to earth in relation to our fight against . I visited at the and with only one of two small exceptions there was pointless plastic products in pointless plastic packaging everywhere you turn.
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Sascha Williams 16 Jan 18
Ah. If only onions were grown with their own packaging... like, a skin or something...so you didn't need plastic wrapping...
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Tony Cope 21h
I have a question : Why all of these ? Easy enough to avoid, and forever on our planet. Let's all do better.
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Hugo Tagholm Mar 11
Organic apple slices. In plastic bags. In a plastic box. Really?!
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Squirrel Feb 10
was doing the rounds a while back...
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David M. Perry 27 Nov 17
My son has the right to go into any restaurant and drink water. and people can do their work without denying him that.
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Donna Rainey Dec 14
It's been a day!10 days after 140kgs of litter removed from the same stretch of shore is once again covered in So difficult to remove the multiple small pieces, , plastic ear bud sticks etc.Great help from
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Zoe 10 Jan 18
Pretty happy to hear that are pulling the over packaged and over priced cauliflower steaks off the shelves...now care to do the same with the mushroom mince and on your coconuts?! 🌴🐋🚫
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Miriam Shellabear 1 Feb 18
Today gets a gold star from me for packaging my food in compostable containers instead of plastic. The end of is coming
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Dr Christian Dunn Apr 27
Apart from these "biodegradable sippers" I saw very little effort at reducing in America. Suggests that, thanks to the work of some fantastic organisations & businesses, UK is really leading the fight.
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Semble Apr 12
Eye opening food for thought. Choc wrapper picked up in a beach clean last week, with an expiry date from 1989. THAT's 29 years in the sea with NO signs of breaking down!! Pls RT Let's get rid of ! Start by the joining
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