- Morrisons will save around 100 tonnes of plastic in move to cardboard cartons
- Carbon neutral Tetra Pak cartons will be made from plant-based paperboard
- They contain thin layer of plastic coating and twist caps made from polyethylene
- Majority of its own-label fresh juice will also move from plastic bottles to cartons
Morrisons has become the first supermarket to scrap plastic milk cartons and replace them with its own-brand fresh milk in plant-based cardboard cartons.
Nine types of Morrisons fresh milk will be sold in carbon neutral Tetra Pak cartons, saving around 100 tonnes of plastic each year.
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