Sainsbury's will trial plastic-free fruit and veg aisles in bid to reduce ...

Sainsbury's will urge customers to bring their own containers as they trial plastic-free fruit and veg aisles in bid to reduce pollution Sainsbury's will trial drawstring bags for fruit and vegetables in two stores The supermarket will test plastic-free fruit and veg aisles in drive to cut waste   The chain was last in Greenpeace UK’s supermarket plastic league table last year

By Xantha Leatham For The Daily Mail

Published: 00:06 BST, 22 July 2019 | Updated: 00:06 BST, 22 July 2019

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Sainsbury's is to test plastic-free fruit and veg aisles in a drive to combat waste.

A trial at two superstores will give customers the option of bringing their own containers or buying a reusable drawstring bag for loose produce.

The move is part of the firm’s commitment to remove single-use plastic bags from stores entirely by September, cutting a further 1,284 tons of plastic this year.

A trial at two superstores will give customers the option of bringing their own containers or buying a reusable drawstring bag for loose produce. A stock image is used above [File photo]

A trial at two superstores will give customers the option of bringing their own containers or buying a reusable drawstring bag for loose produce. A stock image is used above [File photo]

The trial,

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