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Aldi transitions to paper packaging for porridge oats

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Aldi UK is making significant strides in reducing plastic packaging in its products, with the latest move expected to save around 57 tonnes of plastic annually. This change is part of the supermarket’s goal to decrease plastic packaging by 50% by 2025. Last year, Aldi also transitioned to 100% recyclable cardboard packaging on all own-brand porridge pots.

Luke Emery, Plastics and Packaging Director at Aldi UK, expressed the company’s commitment to sustainability, stating, “At Aldi, we are committed to reducing the use of plastic across our products and this latest change is another example of our ongoing progress. We know our customers want to make sustainable choices when they shop with us, which is why small steps like this can make a big difference.”

This initiative aligns with consumer trends towards food and drink sustainability, as shoppers increasingly prioritize eco-friendly packaging. Transitioning to sustainable packaging not only benefits the environment but also resonates with customers seeking environmentally responsible options in their purchases.

By implementing these changes, Aldi UK is not only taking steps towards reducing plastic waste but also meeting the evolving demands of food and drink packaging in a more sustainable manner. This commitment to sustainability reflects the supermarket’s understanding of the importance of catering to the growing consumer trend towards eco-friendly products.

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