There's a big change coming to the way you shop at Morrisons - plastic film packaging
As the supermarket drastically changes its plastic policy, you will soon have to bring your own plastic container to Morrison.
From May, when customers buy products from the meat and fish counters in the store, they will be invited to use their own containers to help reduce single
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It aims to reduce the number of plastic bags used in supermarkets when packaging fresh products.
The staff at the back of the counter will put a sticky label on your lunch box and can then scan at the checkout counter.
Morrisons also hopes to gradually stop using black plastic pallets by 2019.
These are currently used for fresh meat and fish and cannot be recycled.
They will be replaced by recyclable alternatives.
There are currently Morison supermarkets in kamben, St Ives and Roston.
At present, 82 of the plastics calculated by weight in supermarket packaging are recyclable, but in order to improve this situation, Morrison has signed the UK plastic agreement.
The company Alliance is the first such alliance in the world, including Aldi, Asda, Lider, Tesco, Sainsbury, witrose, Coca-Cola and Nestle.
Members commit to produce 100 of the reusable, recyclable or compostable plastic packaging they use by 2025 to help the environment.