Iceland Supermarket vows to eliminate plastic on all own-branded products

The supermarket chain outlines five-year aim to replace all plastic packaging with trays made of paper and pulp.

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Co-op and Iceland back bottle deposit scheme to reduce plastic pollution

Iceland and the Co-op have become the first supermarkets to support a bottle deposit scheme after the government sought views on the idea to reduce plastic pollution in the oceans.

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