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UK cafés and restaurants pilot lunchbox refill scheme to slash plastics waste

Dozens of independent cafés and fast food restaurants across the UK will allow customers to bring their own reusable lunchboxes as part of a pilot scheme aimed at reducing reliance on single-use plastic food packaging.

Called #LongLivetheLunchBox and convened by sustainability NGO Global Action Plan, the scheme involves more than 100 food and drink outlets across England. Businesses in three major cities – London, Brighton and Oxford – as well as smaller towns and villages in Sussex and the North East, have signed up.

To find out more, follow the link below:

https://www.edie.net/news/5/UK-caf-s-and-restaurants-pilot-lunchbox-refill-scheme-to-slash-plastics-waste/

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