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Geoff Callow Sep 9
why the price discrepancy between single cans and plastic wrapped 4 packs?
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MrsAngryAs****OfYorkshire🏜🔶#FBPE🔶🇪🇺🤬😡😤 Sep 13
Anyone else wash plastic bags for reuse? Even the plastic film dividers between lasagne sheets, Parma ham, etc?
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London Stansted Airport Sep 10
Because there's never been a better time to go ! 🌍👊🏽 Take your reusable bottles through security & free of charge in any restaurant 𝗢𝗥 one of our NEW water refill stations when passing through! 💧
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The Greener Way 4h
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Caroline Waite Sep 13
Replying to @sainsburys
You are in a rare advantageous position that people WANT to change - so that’s half your battle done there. It shouldn’t take 6 years just to get to a reduction of 50% ..
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seashorty 19h
Slowly reducing in numbers, just 75 pieces today. Not sure what will happen tomorrow, given that it was a beautiful day today, it may increase again temporarily 🤔
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Two Hands Project Sep 14
Replying to @RobertKennedyJr
The plastics industry has likewise known of the waste and pollution issues of plastics for 50 years, yet they've blamed consumers, externalised waste costs and continue to expand virgin plastic production.
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Steve Guy 2h
Dear I throughly enjoy your organic crunchy peanut butter but please surely there is no need for the ring of plastic around the jar lid. You must be aware there is a
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seashorty Sep 13
Slightly less dramatic haul today, felt like I picked up fewer items although this is still 92 pieces (0.33kg) according to my photo count!
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Emily Isabel Sep 13
'MPs are saying that the UK needs to move away from all single-use packaging - not just plastic.' Agreed. Bring on refills. Good to see some changes coming - all the supermarkets could go further..
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Lisa Sep 12
say is u must b so proud of urselves as instead of going 4wards u r in fact going backwards & this from a company who proudly displays the Cruelty Free Int'l logo against animal testing. There's a contradiction if ever I saw & quite frankly extremely 2 faced!!
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Plastic Watching Sep 13
It genuinely feels like are actively trying to waste as much packaging as possible, plastic and cardboard. It’s shameful
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Brambleberry Sep 10
Excited to cook veggie cottage pie ... but really is there any need for these to be wrapped in plastic?
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Stefan Park Sep 14
So pleased to report very little litter found on a walk with my eldest on a beautiful September morning!
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Shopped by Gaia Sep 13
Just received email from saying "It’s time to think ahead to Christmas" ... uh, no. It's time - way beyond time - to think about when you're going to deliver groceries without plastic bags. Your competitors manage it - why can't you?
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Kate Butland Sep 13
Thought this would make you smile - great work
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Scrub'd Up Sep 13
The reason why we don't use biodegradable ziplock bags for packaging the scrub caps when we stopped using plastic ones.
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PLASTIC:Unwrapped Sep 12
What an awesome start to our trip yesterday at for our first meet with . Went so well in fact that we are here again this morning to start filming! Stay tuned
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Jordan Chapman 9h
Just wondering why is stocking 'new' products that are completely unnecessary and most importantly so damaging to the environment? 5 individual plastic bottles wrapped in plastic!
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Adrian Davey 20h
Nice job bags instead of That’s my kind of wholesaler 🙌
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