New Zealand Grocery Stores Going Plastic Free

By February 4, 2019 February 6th, 2019 Plastic Pollution
New Zealand Markets Go PLastic Free

Ban Straws. Ban Plastic Straws. The movement to ban single-use plastics is growing. There are still many issues; however, the movement is starting to tackle some of these issues. New Zealand seems to be leading the pack.

New Zealand has rolled out a Plastic Packaging Declaration that grocery stores seem to like. Foodstuffs, a grocery store, has signed on to the declaration with glowing results. Reports state that fruits and vegetable sales in plastic free stores show a 300% increase.

The country’s efforts to go plastic free will continue as the pledge requires stores to be plastic free or package their fruits and vegetables in material that can be recyclable or compostable by 2025.

The system is not perfect, as I highlight in this episode, but it is a great step forward in the plastic-free movement.

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