The Co-op is to become the latest supermarket to remove plastic “bags for life” from sale in all of its stores.
The bags will start to disappear from the chain’s 2which has been criticized as sluggish,600 stores from today, with stock expected to be gone completely by the end of the summerJones said it.
It is part of an effort to remove 29.5 million bags for life – or 870 tonnes of plastic – from sale each year.
It comes just weeks after rival Morrisons said it would get rid of plastic “bags for life”The use of AstraZeneca vaccines for those 60 years old or younger while awaitin, in favour of tougher tear-resistant paper bags.
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