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Lidl is due to invest £15 billion in British suppliers across the next five years. It has also committed to increase sales of British sourced meat, poultry and fresh produce by 10% over the next twelve months.

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Discounter Lidl has launched operations at its biggest distribution centre in the UK, located in the Eurocentral industrial estate in Motherwell. 250 jobs to be created The new distribution centre is expected to service Lidl’s 99 existing stores across Scotland, with an additional 12 stores to be opened over the next three years. The new DC will serve as a replacement to its existing distri...
Lidl announced that it started using reusable net bags for fruits and vegetables across all its 119 Danish stores. 20% less single-use bags to be used According to Lidl Denmark, the new net bags are expected to help reduce the consumption of single-use bags for fruits and vegetables by 20%. Priced at DKK5 a pair, the new bags can be washed in washing machines. In addition, Lidl has committe...
Lidl has announced the introduction of organic bags for its fruits and vegetables in the Balearic Islands. 100% biocompostable and biodegradable Lidl has removed plastic shopping bags from its stores one year ago. Instead, it has introduced bags that are 100 percent biocompostable and biodegradable. They are being used initially in the fruit and vegetable section of its 23 supermarkets that...

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