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Brytyjskie supermarkety rezygnują z plastiku (22)

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Products in plastic-free packaging are seen displayed for sale at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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Signs promoting plastic free packaging are seen above a display of loose fresh fruit as a shopper browses at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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Signs promoting plastic free packaging are seen as shoppers browse the shelves at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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Sushi packed in sugarcane packaging is seen on sale at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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Carrots packaged in a compostable plastic-free net made from beechwood are seen on sale at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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A sign promoting plastic free packaging is seen above a display of loose fresh fruit at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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A sign promoting plastic free packaging is seen above a display of loose fresh fruit as a shopper browses at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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A shopper holds a paper bag with a slogan promoting plastic-free packaging shops at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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Signs promoting plastic free products and packaging are seen at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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Signs promoting plastic free products and packaging are seen at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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A paper carrier bag promoting the use of plastic-free packaging is seen at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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A member of staff arranges cheese in cellulose plastic-free packaging for sale at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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Signs promoting plastic free products and packaging are seen at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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A member of staff arranges products at the plastic free section at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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A member of staff uses plastic-free sugarcane packaging to prepare a portion of fish for sale at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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People browse the shelves with loose un-packaged fruit at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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People shop at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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Andrew Thornton, manager of Budgens supermarket, poses at the shop in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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Andrew Thornton, manager of Budgens supermarket, poses at the shop in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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A member of staff uses cellulose plastic-free packaging to prepare a portion of cheese for sale at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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Signs promoting plastic free products and packaging are seen as shoppers browse the shelves at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
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Signs promoting plastic free products and packaging are seen at Budgens supermarket in Belsize Park, north London on July 2, 2019. - British supermarkets are starting to go "nude". Bowing to increasing pressure from environmentally conscious consumers, big brand shops have begun taking steps to strip their shelves of plastic wrapping over concerns about saving the oceans from waste. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CLARA WRIGHT

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