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Tesco To Use Discarded Coastal Plastic In Fresh Fish Packaging

Plastic waste such as drinks bottles which is at risk of getting into the sea, is now being collected and recycled and used again in retailer Tesco’s fresh fish Retail-owned brand packaging. The British supermarket’s fresh Salmon, Haddock, Cod and Sea Bass ranges will be sold for the first time in trays that contain

Tesco To Use Discarded Coastal Plastic In Fresh Fish Packaging2023-01-30T19:35:59-05:00

Tesco’s plant-based pioneer celebrated as next phase of strategy begins

After six years at the helm, Derek Sarno, Tesco’s Director of Plant-Based Innovation is set to leave the British retailer this month, ushering in the next stage of Tesco’s plant-based strategy, with new ‘veg-led’ products which incorporate more vegetables in their recipes set to feature prominently across the category in the future.Sarno was instrumental in

Tesco’s plant-based pioneer celebrated as next phase of strategy begins2023-01-22T15:07:32-05:00

Tesco suppliers to use online swap-shop to cut costs and reduce waste

More than 3,500 Tesco UK suppliers can now cut production costs and reduce waste by selling or donating surplus stock or products to other suppliers who can make use of them. Tesco Exchange is a new online marketplace that matches suppliers who have too much of a product, for example, crops, by-products, ingredients or packaging,

Tesco suppliers to use online swap-shop to cut costs and reduce waste2022-12-05T19:09:39-05:00

Tesco Opens Doors to the Give Back Express

As FareShare and the Trussell Trust report they expect to provide food support to more than 1.2 million people in the U.K. this winter, retailer Tesco and its charity partners have launched The Give Back Express - their first ever ‘reverse supermarket’ to help spread Christmas joy and boost donations.Visitors are invited to buy and

Tesco Opens Doors to the Give Back Express2022-11-27T20:00:26-05:00

Tesco opens up supply chain to sustainability start-ups

UK retailer Tesco and WWF have launched a new accelerator program that pairs pioneering start-ups with Tesco suppliers to fast-track sustainability innovation in the supply chain which can cut the environmental impact of food and support UK food security.Innovation Connections will address a key barrier preventing promising sustainability innovations from being adopted at scale in food

Tesco opens up supply chain to sustainability start-ups2022-05-10T20:08:00-04:00

Tesco becomes first major UK retailer to ban plastic wet-wipes

A new move to scrap all baby wipes containing plastic will be made by British retailer Tesco beginning March 14. The supermarket, which is the UK’s biggest seller of baby wipes, will no longer sell branded baby wipes containing plastic.As Tesco stopped using plastic in its Retail Brand (private brand) baby wipes two years ago

Tesco becomes first major UK retailer to ban plastic wet-wipes2022-03-07T19:48:02-05:00

Tesco Innovates with Sustainable Trash Bags

A new partnership between Tesco and packaging manufacturer, Berry Global is now recycling soft plastic collected from customers at Tesco stores and using it to manufacture Tesco Extra Strong trash bags. Tesco has rapidly scaled up the amount of soft plastic collection points and now collects plastic from customers for recycling in over 900 stores.

Tesco Innovates with Sustainable Trash Bags2022-02-07T20:23:21-05:00

Tesco’s Plastic Packaging Reduction Program is on a Roll

A new way of winding toilet paper more tightly onto cardboard tubes is helping Tesco reduce the size of its Retail Brand large multipacks – without changing the number of sheets. The new rolls mean that: Less plastic is needed to pack them Customers won’t get caught short, as they can fit more in their

Tesco’s Plastic Packaging Reduction Program is on a Roll2021-12-07T20:22:40-05:00

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