Wednesday, December 12, 2018

London supermarket deploys product areas without plastic

The cult of circular economy taken to extremes has vilanizado the plastic in the United Kingdom. Tune in this state of mind, a webshop British Thornton's Budgens supermarket opened in London, at the end of November, with more than 1,700 products packaged in other materials plastics. The initiative follows in the footsteps of Dutch supermarket Ekoplaza, featured in the media since last February with their wings more than 700 products in that plastic does not appear on the packaging. In the London district of Camden, this area of Thornton's Budgens store offers items such as meat, fresh fruits, vegetables, cheeses and certain drinks packed in wooden baskets, pulp, paper, metal, glass, pulp and paperboard. Andrew Thornton, founder of the retailer, justified the resolution to the media with the need of your store to demonstrate support for a community advocate for environmental protection. "The issue of plastic can no longer be ignored and so we decided to make the network Thornton's Budgens supermarket in the United Kingdom's first traditional fitted with zones without the presence of the material. That is, customers can make purchases without relying on plastic packaging ".
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