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Image for Toy set encourages children to appreciate wonky fruit and veg
Toy set encourages children to appreciate wonky fruit and veg Could urging children to play with wonky veg toys help them put ‘perfect’ supermarket veg in context? Environment Food Youth
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The artist who creates beautiful collages from produce the supermarkets ignore This constantly expanding collection of images features stunning rainbows of produce, from tomatoes to pears, arranged painstakingly accordi... Arts Environment Food
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Top UK ethical supermarkets revealed Ethical Consumer has investigated, scored and ranked the ethical and environmental record of 22 UK supermarkets Environment Food UK
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Hundreds take part in UK’s first supermarket plastic mass ‘unwrap’ Shoppers handed back up to four shopping trollies worth of “unnecessary” plastic packaging per hour during the event earlier this month Environment Society UK
Image for Edinburgh plastic-free grocery shop join’s the UK’s zero-waste ‘revolution’
Edinburgh plastic-free grocery shop join’s the UK’s zero-waste ‘revolution’ The Refillery, the latest in a string of plastic-free shops to open up in the UK, encourages shoppers to ‘think beyond the bin’ Economics Environment UK
Image for London supermarket becomes one of the first mainstream chains to introduce plastic-free zones
London supermarket becomes one of the first mainstream chains to introduce plastic-free zones With the help of campaign group A Plastic Planet, Thornton's Budgens created plastic-free zones in its Belsize Park shop in just 10 weeks Environment UK
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