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Lidl announced that it started using reusable net bags for fruits and vegetables across all its 119 Danish stores.

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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...
Lidl has acquired a new site in Belvedere, Greater London, and thus has set in motion its warehouse extension plans. 10,890 square feet site The Belvedere site is 10,890 square feet big. It is due to operate beside Lidl’s current distribution centre which is 312,153 square feet big and employs 332 people that work across a variety of different functions, including logistics, supply chain, p...
Lidl to introduce parcel machines in Finland that will allow customers to pick up deliveries from various carriers. 4 cities initially included in the scheme Lidl plans to introduce the parcel machines initially in stores located at Rautatienkatu, Tampere and Espoonlahti, Espoo. The lockers are supplied by Finnish company Smartmile. The German retailer intends to introduce the lockers ev...


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