? The paper reported on a MORI survey of 1,000 shoppers that has found that an overwhelming majority want a reduction in food packaging and more recyclable packaging. The poll indicated shoppers wanted supermarkets to make it easier to choose ethical products, with 77% of shoppers expecting to pay more as retailers became more responsible. ? The Daily Mail revealed that UBUK would be holding crisis talks with unions this week over its plans to scrap its final salary pension scheme for 4,000 workers. It reported that employees were worried about the cost-cutting plans introduced by UBUK's new owners Blackstone and PAI Partners. The owners had already made a one-off £130m payment into the pension fund, it said. ? The Sunday edition of the paper went rummaging in the store cupboard to expose the products it claimed contained too much salt. Products such as Pot Noodle, Morrisons minestrone soup and Branston baked beans were flagged up as being high in salt, with some containing the same amount of salt per serving as seven bags of Walkers crisps. ? A dye used to colour meat for burgers and sausages could trigger cancer, according to a report in the Daily Telegraph. It cited recommendations by the European Food Safety Authority that the colouring Red 2G, which is commonly used in economy burgers and sausages, should no longer be considered safe for human consumption. Under current EU food law, limited amounts of the dye are permitted in food if it contains a set minimum level of cereal or vegetable content. ? The Times predicted that Sir Ian Gibson, the former boss of Nissan Europe, would be confirmed as the deputy chairman of Morrisons by the end of the week as the chain puts in place a succession plan for Sir Ken Morrison. Morrisons' board was expected to meet on Thursday to confirm the appointment, it said.