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Iceland makes u-turn on plastics due to ‘lack of other viable materials’

UK supermarket chain Iceland has reversed its commitment to become ‘plastic neutral’ by 2023 after admitting that the targets are “impossible”. Richard Walker said that while the company will continue to reduce its plastics waste, it will not meet its targets to become plastics neutral by November 2023, while plans to remove plastics packaging from…

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