Apr 8, 2021

Morrisons to stop selling plastic carrier bags

Morrisons has said it will remove all plastic carrier bags from its stores over the next year. Morrisons says the move will make it the first UK supermarket to stop using plastic carrier bags completely. "Removing all of the plastic bags from our supermarkets is a significant milestone in our sustainability programme." Almost 100 million plastic bags will be removed in total, saving 3,200 tonnes of plastic a year, according to Morrisons. Paper bags will be sold alongside string, jute, cotton and reusable woven bags, which are priced between 75p and £2.50.

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