Clean sweep: Tesco to ban sale of wet wipes containing plastic | BusinessGreen News

2022-06-01 02:29:39 By : Mr. Niko Wu

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Tesco is to stop selling baby wipes containing plastic across its stores nationwide from later this month, as part of the supermarket giant's wider crackdown on plastic waste across its business and supply...

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