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Asda are hopeless. A while ago they started selling peppers in individual packets, not loose like they used to. This is a huge waste of packaging, and inexcusible considering the current worries over climate change and diminishing natural resources. Last time I asked them about it, the lady at the customer services desk didn't know why htey had started doing it, and neither did the guy from the veg section who she called over.

Today, when I went to do my shopping, I noticed as I left the checkout that there are posters up about recycling, telling us how much rubbish is generated each year and asking customers to help them recycle carrier bags. So, once again, I asked at the customer services desk why they are packing peppers if they are so keen on reducing the amount of rubish generated. Predictably, she didn't know, but she did take my details and fill in a comments form. You never know, I might even get a response...

Posted by Megan on Sunday 24th Jul 2005 (15:46 UTC) | Add a comment | Permalink


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