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Aldi UK is trialling removing the plastic from its steak packaging, in its latest initiative to reduce waste and be more environmentally friendly.

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Aldi is due to expand the trial that removes plastic from fresh produce across other regions in England, after it’s been initially rolled out in Scotland earlier this year. 100 tonnes of plastic Practically speaking, the trial will be expanded from next month into parts of the North East and South East of England, where it will start selling loose cabbages (savoy, red, white and pointed cab...
Aldi has expanded its partnership with iForce, a company owned by Eddie Stobart, to back the future growth of its online platform for non-food products. Partnership dating back from 2015 The partnership started in 2015 when iForce has been selected by Aldi to support the launch of its online platform for non-food Special buys and wine products. The expansion of the partnership will allow Al...
The discount retailer is due to replace plastic bags with paper and biodegradable bags as part of a trial. 100% domestically compostable within a year Aldi intends to ditch its plastic bags and replace them with paper and biodegradable bags. Starting from July, half of its stores will roll out paper bags whereas the other half will roll out compostable bags. According to Aldi, the paper bag...

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