Retail giant Marks & Spencer (M&S) has begun trialling dozens of plastic-free fruit and vegetable lines without ‘best-before’ date stickers, in a bid to reduce consumer packaging and food waste outputs.

Under the three-month pilot scheme, which began today (16 January) at M&S’s Tolworth store in Surbiton, plastic packaging and “best-before” dates have been removed from more than 90 of the chain’s own-brand produce lines.

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