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  Reply # 1196633 12-Dec-2014 22:19
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Nothing to stop our supermarkets offering the same 'paper or plastic' choice that Americans have had for decades.





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  Reply # 1196634 12-Dec-2014 22:23
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I am thinking of insisting that shops un package products before I leave the store. I have cut myself several times on the hard plastic packaging being used of late. Maybe if we all starting doing this it would encourage the suppliers to cut back the packaging.




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  Reply # 1196638 12-Dec-2014 22:33
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I have taken a display item in the past to avoid dealing with the bastard welded clamshell packaging crap.




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On the cleanup side this guy appears to making good progress and worth investing in.

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