Supermarkets chains are to trial paper-based packaging for takeaway lunches in ...

Supermarkets chains are to trial paper-based packaging for takeaway lunches in ...
Supermarkets chains are to trial paper-based packaging for takeaway lunches in ...
Plastic sandwich packs... to go! Supermarkets chains are to trial paper-based packaging for takeaway lunches in recycling boost Trials of plastic-free sandwich packs will start in supermarkets from September Sainsbury's, Aldi and Coop will all start using packs which are 100% recyclable  About 600million pre-packed sandwiches are consumed every year in the UK

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Trials of plastic-free sandwich packs are set to start at Sainsbury's, Aldi and the Coop from September.

The packs, which are 100 per cent paper-based and recyclable, follow 18 months of research and development with flexible packaging manufacturer ProAmpac.

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The retailers have joined forces with sandwich producer Greencore after research showed customers struggled to separate the outer packaging from the plastic film in traditional sandwich skillets.

About 600million prepacked sandwiches are consumed every year in the UK, according to Greencore.

Sainsbury's, Aldi and the Coop will use sandwich packs which are 100 per cent paper-based and recyclable after 18 months of research with manufacturer ProAmpac (stock image)

Sainsbury's, Aldi and the Coop will use sandwich packs which are 100 per cent paper-based and recyclable after 18 months of research with manufacturer ProAmpac (stock image)

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