By Alana Mazzoni For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 02:39 BST, 1 October 2019 | Updated: 02:46 BST, 1 October 2019
Outraged shoppers have blasted Woolworths for using 'unnecessary' plastic to package and sell vegetables.
A customer snapped a photo of Woolworths brand 'Odd Bunch' garlic cloves wrapped in plastic packets at the Bondi Junction store in Sydney's eastern suburbs.
'Garlic comes out of the ground in a bulb that can be cleaned and sold as a unit. Why would Woollies break up up the garlic bulb into cloves and then replace them in excessive plastic?' the angry shopper captioned his social media post.
Customers have threatened to boycott Woollies over the waste of plastic just a year after the supermarket giant got rid of plastic carry bags.
A customer snapped a photo of Woolworths brand 'The Odd Bunch' garlic cloves wrapped in plastic on shelves at the Bondi Junction store in Sydney's