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Britain's Tesco joins refillable revolution with in-store trial
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13 September 2021
On 13 September 2021 Reuters reported:
Britain's biggest supermarket group Tesco launched a trial on Monday [13 September] that allows customers to buy food, drink, household and beauty products in reusable packaging, part of its strategy to cut plastic waste. Britons have become increasingly aware of the amount of plastic they use in recent years, with television documentaries such as naturalist David Attenborough's 'Blue Planet II' particularly highlighting the dangers of plastic pollution to marine life.
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In response, supermarket chains and consumer goods groups are increasingly testing refills in a drive to cut single-use plastics.
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