As people strive to waste less and reduce plastic in their lives, more and refill, plastic-free and bulk commodity shops and services are cropping up. Not only does this offer people a route to buy their weekly staples minus plastic, but it also offers the opportunity to explore new ingredients, ways of shopping and ultimately ways of consuming, which has to be a good thing.
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The UK’s first free national recycling scheme for plastic contact lenses – worn by an estimated 3.7 million people – is being rolled out this week.
A north London supermarket has become Britain’s first to introduce plastic-free zones, in a move campaigners believe will spur the giant chains to follow suit.
Did you know there's plastic in the average teabag? Clipper Teas have announced the launch of the 'World's first' plastic-free, unbleached and non-GM tea bag paper.
Tesco is planning to remove 'best before' labels from some of its fresh produce lines in an effort to avoid food being thrown away when it is still perfectly fit for consumption.