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Nestlé Makes Packaging Pledge, But Greenpeace Unsure Of Benefits

Published on Apr 11 2018 9:14 AM in Packaging And Design tagged: Featured Post / Nestlé / Starbucks / Waitrose / Packaging / Paywall

Nestlé Makes Packaging Pledge, But Greenpeace Unsure Of Benefits

Nestlé wants to make all of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025, becoming the latest food company to vow to reduce plastic waste, however, charity Greenpeace said that the company has "missed the mark" when it comes to effective ways of tackling the issue.

European governments have stepped up efforts to reduce plastic waste from littering land and sea, and companies across the food supply chain are following suit.

For example, UK supermarket chain Waitrose pledged on Tuesday to ban disposable coffee cups from its shops by this autumn.

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