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Coca-Cola agrees to reduce virgin plastics use

Shareholder Green Century has welcomed Coca-Cola’s commitment to reducing the amount of new plastics entering the market. The beverage giant has pledged to cut its cumulative use of virgin plastics by 3 million tonnes by 2025, precipitating a withdrawal of Green Century’s shareholder proposal. In 2019, about 10 per cent of Coca-Cola’s plastics packaging was…

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