Sainsbury’s Commits To Cutting Its Use Of Plastics By 50%

London – Sainsbury’s is joining a growing number of retailers that are promising to slash the amount of plastic they use.

The British food retailer said Friday that it had committed to reduce plastic in its business 50% by 2025.

“We are well aware that this is ambitious as we currently use around 120,000 tonnes of plastic per year and reduce plastic packaging by around 1% each year,” the supermarket chain said in a statement.

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