Inspiring the convenience community
Dragons' Den reject James Nash is putting two fingers up to Duncan Bannatyne, Peter Jones and co, claiming new export markets will help double sales of his pre-filled wine glasses next year.
Cadbury has dropped its famous glass and a half milk claim from wrappers of Dairy Milk.
Sainsbury’s has switched its peanut butter jars from glass to plastic, in a move the retailer said would reduce carbon emissions by more than 150 tonnes a year. Packaging has been cut by 83% - or 882,000 kilos – as a result of the change, meaning the lighter jars require less fuel to transport.
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