Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons make huge changes to fish, beer and ready meal packaging

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The recycled packing will be used on foods like strawberries and fresh fish products.

Director of Product, Packaging and Innovation at Sainsbury’s Claire Hughes said: “Using Prevented Ocean Plastic is one change we’re making to our supply chain to help us remove, reduce, recycle and reuse plastic.

“Not only will it have a positive environmental impact by preventing plastic from polluting the ocean, but it will also have an important social impact by allowing our customers to make sustainable choices and support overseas coastal communities at risk of ocean plastic pollution.”


In a bit to cut down on plastic use, Morrisons recently announced that it would stop producing its loyalty card in physical form and would instead move forward digitally. 

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