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World's first plastic-free supermarket aisle debuts in the Netherlands
by Lorraine Chow
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28 February 2018
On 28 February 2018 EcoWatch reported:
The world's first plastic-free supermarket aisle debuted in Amsterdam on Wednesday (28 February). Shoppers at the Jan Pieter Heijestraat branch of Dutch supermarket chain Ekoplaza will have roughly 700 plastic-free products to choose from . . . Instead of plastic, items are packed in compostable materials or glass, metal, and cardboard. A growing number of retailers and governments are taking action to curb plastic pollution.
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'Plastic-free aisles are an important stepping stone to a brighter future for food and drink,' Ekoplaza chief executive, Erik Does, said in a statement. 'We know that our customers are sick to death of products laden in layer after layer of thick plastic packaging.'
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