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Morrisons Bring Back Brown Paper Bags, Here's What Farnborough Based 'British Insitute Of Innkeeping' Are Doing.

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Morrisons have reintroduced traditional brown paper bags in stores for loose fresh fruit and vegetables, as part of a bid to cut down on plastic waste.

The retailer has commenced rolling out the use of brown bags today and said all of its stores will have them by the end of the summer.

Morrisons said it hopes the move would stop the use of more than 150 million small plastic bags each year.

The bags are made from 100 percent recyclable paper and have a see-through paper strip to help identify the product inside.

Customers are also able to bring their own containers to Morrisons butchers and fishmongers counters.

Farnborough based 'British Institute Of Innkeeping' is also taking the war on plastics seriously, listen to what Molly Davis had to say on how they tackle plastics locally and how they've managed to get other businesses behind them:

 

Let's Talk Business: British Institute Of Innkeeping On Plastics.

Molly Davis from The British Institute Of Innkeeping speaks to Biz about their war on plastics and how they've managed to get other businesses behind them.

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