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Fruit and veg unwrapped: France’s plastic packaging ban begins A law that bans plastic packaging on most fruit and vegetables came into effect in France on New Year’s Day Conservation Food Society World
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Supermarkets in the UK cut down on single-use plastic this Christmas Tesco is following in the footsteps of Morrisons, Iceland and Asda in introducing plastic-free Christmas ranges this year Environment Good Business UK
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10 tips for shopping organic on a shoestring Opting for organic doesn’t have to cost the earth, say those at the Soil Association, which is running this month’s Organic September campai... Agriculture Environment Food
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Action to cut food waste gathers speed in Europe After France banned supermarkets throwing away unwanted food in 2016, action to curb food waste has accelerated across Europe Food
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In praise of wonky veg After its trial of misshapen fruit and vegetables, Asda is extending its Wonky Fruit & Veg brand with new ‘ugly’ products Food
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Making milk sustainable amid the dairy crisis The UK is facing the biggest dairy crisis for years, with prices slumping to 2003 levels and farms going out of business with alarming regul... Environment Food
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