Co-op's food and drink to be carbon neutral by 2025
The Co-op has unveiled a 10-point plan to help it become the world's first supermarket to sell fully carbon neutral own-brand food and drink by 2025.This includes price matching own-brand plant-based foods to meat-based equivalents, and investing millions of pounds of proceeds from the carry bag levy to support natural restoration projects and car
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