Marks & Spencer drops plastic wrapping in loose fruit and veg trial
Marks & Spencer drops plastic wrapping in loose fruit and veg trial. Marks & Spencer is trialling plastic-free produce at one of its stores as it tries to reduce its reliance on packaging. The retailer says 90 lines of loose fruit and vegetables are being sold over two aisles at its Tolworth store in southwest London. The retailer has already reduced its plastic use considerably by phasing out 75 million pieces of plastic cutlery and two million straws as it strives to remove 1,000 tonnes of plastic packaging by spring 2019.